Northern Côtes du Rhône – Half day Wine Tours

Next departure on 01/04/2022 at 13:00

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Wine tours Vineyards Vallée du Rhône
Tour proposed by Rhône Trip

The origin of wine, in the footsteps of the Romans

Make your own way to the Vienna Tourist Office, where you will then be picked up by your tour guide.
Once comfortably seated in a minibus with all mod cons (WiFi and refreshments served on board), set off to explore the Rhône Valley and its treasures.

Stop for a wine tasting session at the estate Les Vins de Vienne, created approximately two decades ago by three major wine-makers who dreamt of bringing Roman wines back to life. You will get a chance to taste Sotanum, Tabernum and Heluicum.
To end your excursion walking in the footsteps of the Romans, enjoy a stroll through the hillsides of Vitis Vienna, the very place where the Romans are believed to have planted their first vines.
The return to Lyon is at your expense.

Worth knowing

Tasting of at least five different wines at each estate
Walking shoes are recommended.
Please ensure you arrive 10 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary.
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity.
Pick up in front of the Vienna Tourist Office
Departures and return from Lyon are at your expense.

Health and safety commitments

The services provided by Rhône Trip have been adapted to meet your requirements and provide peace of mind during your tour:

  • a mask must be wornfor customers and the guide
  • alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided
  • all vehicles are fully cleaned and disinfected after each excursion
  • possibility to organize a visit with family or friends on the date of your choice

Half day


Discovery of the vineyard in mini coach great comfort


Train from Perrache Railway station > Vienne railway station

Meeting point

In front of the Tourist Office of Vienne, Cours Brillier, 38200 - Vienne

Adult €89.00

the Allobroges

This Gallic tribe made Vienne the capital of its territory. Rich families ordered the construction of tile-roofed villas and marble-columned temples, remains of which can be seen at the Gallo-Roman Museum of Saint-Romain-en-Gal.