Wine in Provence: A Truly Exceptional Wine Tour Operator in France


Amidst the beauty and the greenery of the French region Provence, hundreds of wine enthusiasts find repose tasting different flavors of wine each year. That is, owing to the untamable enthusiasm of one tour operator that received TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 3 years in a row, from 2011 to 2013. That operator is Wine in Provence.

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Exciting and versatile spots

The great thing about Wine in Provence is that it offers tours in multiple locations of the region. You can either let your eyes and taste buds relax in Aix en Provence, or can visit Bandol – the heaven of fruity red wines. If historical monuments inspire you, you may be well-served by taking a Chateauneuf du Pape Wine Tour, as you will then get to visit ancient ruins of the 13th century. Another option is to choose a Les Baux St. Remy Wine Tour and enjoy stunning surroundings.

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Truly engaging tours

Each and every tour will bring to you a guide who speaks English fluently. That means you can expect your tour to be fun and very educational. You can also expect to get answers to all your doubts and questions. In addition to that, every tour provides free transportation from and to your hotel and a free gift of wine tasting guide.


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Apart from witnessing production facilities and barrel rooms, you are allowed to walk through beautiful vineyards, as well as taste mesmerizing wine, in all tours.

Reasonable expenses

All tours offered by Wine in Provence are private customized tours. You can either choose a Half Day Private Tour or a Full Day Private Tour. Full day tours are held from 9.30am to 6.30pm, and involve visits to 4 or 5 wineries. Half day tours involve 3 visits, and take place between 1.30pm and 6.30pm. Half day tours cost 170€ per person as long as the number of members in a group stays between 2 and 4, and full day tours cost 350€ per person for such groups. On the other hand, in case a group has 5 to 7 members, half day tour costs 150€ and full day tour costs 325€ per person. All full day tours include delicious lunch.

Easy booking process

Booking a wine tour with Wine is Provence is a straightforward process. All you have to do is visit the official website and click on ‘Book Now’. Once you submit your information, the team will review your request, and reply back within 48 hours.

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Note that your credit card is not charged instantly. That is because the Wine is Provence team has to confirm many aspects regarding a request with different wineries before reaching final conclusion. Money is only debited from your account if your wine tour is confirmed.

Check our website: http://www.wineinprovence.com/

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Top three reasons why you should visit Wilmington, North Carolina this year

We have rounded up the top three reasons why you should visit Wilmington, North Carolina this year!


The Beaches

Really, the beaches are reason enough for you to haul your loved one or the entire family to Wilmington. Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach each offer a unique experience and none of them will dissapoint.

Wrightsville Beach is easily the most accessible of the Wilmington area beaches and perfect for your next family trip. The area stays active year round, making it a great off season destination. Dive into adventure with water sports galore or relax and unwind next to pristine clear waters. Need to escape the vacation rental? Head to the beachfront for a vibrant social scene and delicious restaurants.

Carolina Beach boasts a 700 acre state park with a visitor center and nature trails that wind throughout. In addition world class fishing opportunities abound and the area hosts three fishing competitions yearly. The beaches themselves are known for their soft sand and awesome surf and the nationally-renowned beach boardwalk will entertain all ages.

Kure Beach provides the perfect small town backdrop for you to reconnect and explore the area’s natural beauty. Home to the coast’s oldest fishing pier, Kure Beach is ripe with history. Outdoor parks and the aquarium make entertaining the kiddos a breeze.

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The History

Wilmington Riverwalk holds the Cotton Exchange, the USS North Carolina Battleship, and the 1914 Murchison Building in its path among other prestigious historic buildings. If you can drag yourself away from the wooden walkway, history waits just steps away! Battleship North Carolina fought in every major naval offensive during WWII and earned 15 battle stars along the way. Walk along the decks and get swept back to 1942 and the history made by this vessel.

Museums, cemeteries, and historic homes are not in shortage and provide plenty to do if the weather prevents you from laying on the beach all day. Highlights include the Burgwin-Wright House Museum, the Bellamy Mansion Museum of History & Design, the Cape Fear Museum of History & Science, the Latimer House Museum, Moores Creek National Battlefield, Oakdale Cemetery, and the Poplar Grove Plantation.

Year Round Fun

Don’t let the off season deter you… In fact, many prefer to visit the Wilmington area in the fall to enjoy mild temps and crowd-free attractions. Vacation rental prices drop, leaving more money in your budget to dine out on delicious local seafood and soak up the attractions. If you visit during the fall, plan your stay around one of the many coastal festivals to immerse yourself in the local scene. In addition, the fishing scene remains one of the best on the east coast and the off-season means less competition from other visitors.