Bordeaux is in the west of France, 360 miles southwest of Paris, and lies in the heart of the famed Bordeaux wine region. It is the largest wine growing region in France.
Bordeaux was selected as a European Best Tourism Destination of 2015.
The average Bordeaux temperature throughout the year is 53 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainfall in Bordeaux proper is pretty constant through the year, hovering around 2.3 inches a month, 25 inches yearly.
Fall is the best time to go to Bordeaux, with warm days and cool nights, plus there are wine harvest events to attend. Summer heat dissipates quickly in September and October, although rainfall increase somewhat.
Summer weather in Bordeaux can be hot and muggy. It can swelter in August, when the average highs reach into the high 80s.
May and June can be very pleasant times to visit Bordeaux and the surrounding wine region. Wild flowers will be out, and the vines will begin to bud.
The charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Bordeaux.
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