Stage 1: First Stage Dusseldorf/Dusseldorf
The city of Dusseldorf on the banks of the Rhine will be the starting point for the wine road that extends to the south. Linger for a while in the Moselle and Nahe vineyards before taking the road again towards the neighbouring French provinces. In partnership with the German Wine Institute.Stage 7: Troyes / Nuits-Saint-Georges
Welcome to the Côte de Nuits. This prestigious Burgundy vineyard is sometimes called the ‘Champs-Elysées of Burgundy’, due to the international fame of its fine wines and the straight line traced by its wine route. Hill after hill, the variety of soils give rise to wines of unique character, long life and a beautiful deep colour. In partnership with The Bourgogne Wine Board.Stage 10: Perigueux / Bergerac
Vine-growing and winemaking have been an art in Bergerac for 2,000 years. With the arrival of the 10th stage of the Tour de France 2017, take a moment to discover wines that reflect the men and women who have fashioned them through the ages. Let these fine wines reveal their great generosity and authenticity to you. In partnership with Les Vins du Sud-Ouest / Bergerac DurasStage 14: Blagnac / Rodez
Little known for the wealth of its wines, Aveyron is nevertheless a land of ancient vineyards planted by the Romans. Before leaving the South West on the 15th stage, we invite you to tour Aveyron via 4 wines: its 4 AOC appellations. An original and rare tasting! In partnership with Les Vins du Sud-Ouest.Stage 19: Embrun / Salon-de-Provence
From the Mediterranean Sea to the Alps, the Mistral blows all year round, delighting lovers of rosé and boules ! Come for a refreshing tasting of wines from one of the nine Provence AOCs produced in this age-old wine region!In partnership with the Provence Wine Council.
Stage 21: Arrival of the Tour de France Montgeron / Paris Champs-Élysées
What better way to celebrate the arrival of the cyclists on the Champs-Elysées than with champagne? Did you know champagne is produced from white and black grapes? Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier are used to make these world-famous wines! In partnership with the Association des Champagnes Biologiques [Association of Organic Champagnes]Please note: for all tickets purchased at the Annual Pass holders’ rate, you must present your Annual Pass, Friend’s Card, or Benefactor’s Card at the ticket checking point.