The Bergerac vineyard

  • Wine tasting

    © Château Haut Garrigue

  • Bergerac wines

    © Sander CIVRB


    Bergerac, Monbazillac, Pécharmant, Montravel, Saussignac - magic words that translate into reds and rosés, or dry, mellow or syrupy whites. Coming here means slowing down the pace of life... whether you attend a tasting, or come for a wine break, you are sure to experience some exceptional moments.

    Out & about

    • Bergerac: historic quarter, Maison des Vins (Récollets cloister), museums
    • Wine route
    • Region of fortified villages and medieval towns
    • Dordogne & Périgord: execptional heritage (caves, archaeological sites, châteaux, abbeys and priories), medieval villages, cities of Art and History, nature, great cuisine

    Many airline connections

    A unique experience

    School of oenophiles
    A scool that familiarises you with the wines of Bergerac, teaches you about the vineyard and takes you on a tasting adventure.

    Vine stock rental at Domaine La Queyssie in Saussignac
    Tour and tasting session with 3 bottles of château wine and the rental of 6, 12, 18 or 24 vine stocks. Bed & Breakfast and dinner of quality.

    Winemaker for a day at Château Haut Garrigue, near Bergerac
    On an organic-farmed, biodynamic vineyard, Caroline Feely, a WSET* accredited trainer and winemaker at Château Haut Garrigue near the renowned Château Monbazillac, is offering the “Winemaker for a day” package, including a wine tasting course, lunch and the creation of a unique blend of wine. French/English)
    *Wine and Spirit Education Trust


    Château des Vigiers  -
    La Chartreuse du Bignac  -
    La Métairie
    Golf Restaurant Les Merles
    Le manoir du Grand Vignoble

Things to see

  • © C. Méravilles / Grand Rodez

    The museum dedicated to the work of the French painter, sculptor and engraver Pierre Soulages, presents over 500 works and documents from the artist.
  • © CRT Midi-Pyrénées / Dominique VIET

    The Canal du Midi is a must-see attraction, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the major works during the reign of Louis XIV.

Point of interest