Exclusive wine trips for small groups arranged by Andreas Larsson. The trips take place mainly in Bordeaux, but also in other regions. Though the focus is on tasting great wines, there is also outstanding food. Including unique lunches and dinners ranging from Michelin-starred fare to vineyard barbecues or home-cooked from a grandmother’s kitchen.

An example of one of our wine trips can be seen below, for more information about these trips, contact us here.

DAY 1

Château Latour

No welcome could be better than kicking off with a magnum of Latour 2000 for lunch! This was followed by a visit and tasting of the hallowed chateau that is on the “must visit” list for wine lovers.

 Pauillac

 1er cru classé de Pauillac

33250 Pauillac, France

Château Montrose

This amazing Second Cru Classé is just getting better and better, despite its already great track record. An amazing tasting of the magical 2000, 2003, 2005 and 2009 amongst others vintages clearly shows that Château Montrose belongs in the top league.

 Saint-Estèphe

 Second Grand Cru classé en 1855

 33180 Saint-Estèphe, France

Domaines Rollan De By

After a tough day of tasting, we welcomed a dip in the pool with glasses of chilled white and rosé wine. This was exactly what we needed before an extensive tasting of the domains beautiful wines, followed by a great barbecue with some of the greatest wines from Bordeaux.

 Médoc

 Crus Bourgeois (4 castles)

33340 Bégadan, France

DAY 2

Château Mouton Rothschild

No visit to Bordeaux would be complete without a visit to this historical Château. Not only for the great wines, but also for the marvellous art collection that was a spectacular experience for everyone.

 Pauillac

 1er cru classé de Pauillac

 33250 Pauillac, France

Château Haut-Brion

Haut-Brion really is the cradle of Bordeaux wine. Its history in making great wine is truly fascinating. After a wonderful tasting we enjoyed a splendid lunch accompanied by the marvellous wines from the Château. Wines included the utterly rare La Mission Haut Brion Blanc and a perfectly mature 1999 Haut-Brion.

 Pessac-Léognan

 Premier Grand Cru classé en 1855

33600 Pessac, France

Château Haut-Bailly

One of the most consistent and stylish of the regions wines really impressed us and confirmed Haut-Bailly as being “the wine” for wine lovers.

 Pessac-Léognan

 Grand Cru Classé

 33850 Léognan, France

Château Smith Haut-Lafitte

Most wine lovers are aware of the rare and highly sought-after white wine from this estate, yer the great class and pedigree of the red wine clearly left an impression. As did the Table du Lavoir restaurant, that serves classic dishes perfectly accompanying the wines from the Château, as well as other gems from the wine list.

 Pessac-Léognan

 Grand Cru Classé

33650 Martillac, France

DAY 3

Château Tertre Rotebœuf

Tetre-Rotebouef truly belongs in its own category! You can’t really place this amazing wine in any style or school. Definitely a micro-cru with limited production. With no compromise whatsoever when it comes to quality. Pleasure and decadence are always very present in these wines. The addition of depth, complexity, harmony, length and all of the other parameters one expects from a great wine. Always delicious directly from the barrel !

 Saint Emilion

 Grand Cru

33330 Saint Laurent Des Combes, France

Château Figeac

Another legendary estate, whose classic wines have impressed for generations and remained true to its style. These great wines were built for the cellar, even if some of the younger examples already impress and seduce.

 Saint-Emilion

 Premier Grand Cru classé en 1855

 33330 Saint-Émilion, France

Château Valandraud

After the classicism of Figeac, we swapped to the modernity and power if Château Valandraud. A great range of wines was enjoyed over a fabulous, casual style, home cooked lunch followed by a tasting of its rare Eau-de-Vie directly from the casks in the cellar.

 Saint-Emilion

 Premier Grand Cru Classé 2012

33330 Saint Emilion, France

Château La Fleur-Pétrus

At the heart of Pomerol, we were given a wonderful journey through some of the greatest Pomerol wines such as Trotanoy, Hosanna and La Fleur-Pétrus. All share the same incredible elegance in their DNA.

 Pomerol

Premier Grand Cru

 33500 Pomerol, France

Tasting at La Tupina

The evening was spent at one of the most legendary addresses in Bordeaux ! At Rue Porte de la Monnaie, we enjoyed the most delicious chicken, veal chops and the legendary French fries. The meal was accompanied by an entertaining and educating blind tasting of the great 2005 vintage.

DAY 4

Château d'Yquem

We can´t think of a better breakfast than a glass of this magical elixir! A great tour of the Château that makes the greatest sweet wine in the world. The cellars and a tasting woke our senses and evoked a lot of smiles.

 Sauternes

 Premier Cru Supérieur en 1855

 33210 Sauternes, France

Cru classés de Sauternes

After a welcome and visit at Doisy-Daëne we were given a great lecture on the terroirs of Sauternes and Barsac by the eloquent Mr. Dubourdieu. We got the opportunity to taste through all of the Crus Classés from Sauternes from the great vintages of 2009, 2010 and 2011. This was followed by a casual family style lunch at Château Cantegril.

 Sauternes

 Crus classés

 33410 Béguey, France

Château Fontenil

The weekend finished on a high note, at the ideal setting of Château Fontenil. A casual aperitif with heaps of white and rosé was poured by the pool before we enjoyed the fabulous cooking of Dany Rolland. She spoiled us not only with her cooking skills and generosity, but also with some amazing flights of the greatest wines in the world including Défi de Fontenil, Lafite, Harlan Estate, Cheval Blanc, Ornellaia and much more.

 Fronsac

33141 Saillans, France