The Hameau Duboeuf by Tasty Lyon - Half-day Wine Tours

Next departure on 09/04/2023 at 14:00

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Wine tours Unusual Vineyards Beaujolais
Tour proposed by Tasty Lyon

Ancestral savoir-faire

Set off from Place Bellecour, with your guide aboard a comfortable minivan, in direction of the famous Hameau Duboeuf.
At the heart of the Beaujolais region, you will find the Hameau Duboeuf, Europe’s first wine-park, which received the national prize for wine tourism in 2010. In the former Romanèche-Thorins train station converted by Georges Duboeuf from 1993, you will discover the secrets, origins, set-ups and techniques of these vineyards in a fun and original way.

As soon as you arrive, you will enjoy a friendly Beaujolais moment with a coffee and a piece of tarte à la praline, a famous regional speciality. This will be the opportunity for your guide to present the Beaujolais and its terroir.
Then, you will have a unique experience: an exclusive tour of this veritable institution of Beaujolais wines. Stroll about the Hameau Duboeuf with your guide for an exceptional, customised tour. Discover the Beaujolais universe, its traditions, its history, its delicious, fruity, purple-coloured wines and much more.

Finish your tour by tasting the Hameau’s various wines: white, rosé and red, accompanied by local artisanal products.
Finally, head back to Lyon.

Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity.
Tasting of at least 4 different wines
Possibility to organize a visit with family or friends on the date of your choice




Discovery of the vineyard in mini coach great comfort


Metro A et D > Bellecour

Meeting point

In front of the Tourist Office, place Bellecour - Lyon 2nd

Sigle price €89.00


Georges Duboeuf (1933-2020) was considered one of the fathers of Beaujolais Nouveau, as he knew to turn the release of this wine into a worldwide event on the third Thursday of November, at the stroke of midnight.