Tours France is a single hour's travel from Paris. Whether you are looking to get away from the stress or just want to enjoy the sites and adventures, Tours France has what you are looking for. One of the reasons that Tours France was so long considered to be such a Bourgeois society was because it was claimed that they had perfected the French Language as well as the wine. Some of the best wines in the world come from Tours France. Tours of the Wineries in Tours France will give you an excellent sampling of the many different fine wines that are produced there. Tours of the vineyards in Tours France will give you a better idea of what it takes to produce a truly incredible bottle of wine. Frequently, the Wineries and the Vineyards will be located on the same property, often run by the same family and you can combine the tours. Many of the wineries in Tours France offer you the opportunity to select some of the finer wines while enjoying a spectacular dining experience as well.
Standard Hotel Rooms in Tours France are very reasonably priced. The Mercure Tours Centre Gare Hotel
's Standard Rooms start at eighty-nine dollars (US$ 89). Some of the discounted hotel rooms in Tours France are available for around fifty to seventy-five dollars per night. Luxury Hotels in Tours France are numerous and range from modern hotels to the opportunity to actually stay on one of the Vineyards or wineries in Tours. Check out Chateau Des Sept Tours Hotel Courcelles De Touraine
. This hotel is "set in special country surroundings, on the edge of the Loire Valley", about 20 minutes drive away from tours.
Tours Tourists Wine Appreciation Basics:
Remember these basics when tasting wine. Wines are often judged by their color, their smell and their taste. A clean glass is a must so as to retain its taste and smell.
*A clear looking wine, not cloudy, tells you that it is good.
*Then, smell the wine. Give it a few swirls to release the smell. Is it subtle or strong? This is the reason why wine glasses are curved at the top.
*Finally, taste the wine. As you sip, try to breath through your mouth for a little bit. This will trap the air that will amplify the taste. Do not swallow just yet, and try to swirl the wine inside your moth. This will let you detect if the wine is sweet, or dry or, even heavy or light. Lastly, spit it out. Try to notice how long will the taste linger. The longer it lasts, the better the wine.
As they say, practice makes pefect. Practice on cheap wines, then if you have the opportunity, try on the more expensive ones. This will let you master the practical art of wine tasting.