Frequently Asked Questions

Can children join the wine tasting?

According to France law all participants should be 18 years old or over. The venue is not suitable for children.

What time does it start and finish?

The Tour de France of Organic Wine starts at 17:30 (5.30 pm) and finshes around 19:00 (7 pm). We may overrun depending on the amount of debate and questions.

Where can I buy the wine I tasted?

The wine you taste will be available for you to buy at the end of the session.

Can you give more details about the wine tasting room?

The wine tasting room is located in a functioning wine depot of a wholesaler in central Nice. The room is designed as a functional and humble tasting venue.

Where is the wine depot?

Find full directions to the depot by clicking this link.

What is the max group size?

The maximum group size is 11.

Which wine regions are covered?

We will sample wines from the Champagne, Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Provence, Burgundy and Rhone valley. Exact tastings may change without prior notice.

What is organic wine?

Organic wine is made from grapes grown in accordance with principles of organic farming, which typically excludes the use of artificial chemical fertilisers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. Some winemakers also exclude the use of any genetically modified organisms (e.g. yeasts).

The organic wine we will taste follows the European and French legal defintion of organic wine. Unlike the USA in Europe organic wine may contain a small amount of added sulfates.

Are organic wines kosher or vegan friendly?

The wines we taste are not certified kosher or vegan friendly.