Saint Émilion

Chateau Coutet is right at the heart of the historical centre of Saint Emilion, part of the classification from 1955-85. It is surrounded by other classified growths on the south and south-westerly facing limestone slopes and plateau of the appellation.

An historical vineyard in so many ways, the preservation of the natural environment that this history has allowed is what earned the property its Great Wine Capitals award for sustainability in 2016, a Best Of Wine Tourism in the category “Sustainable Wine Tourism practices”.

This article, written by Paris-based Swedish wine writer Britt Karlson, participated in the 2014 Guest Bloggers Program sponsored by the Great Wine Capitals Global Network.

All photographs copyright BKWine Photography

 

Three days in the Bordeaux vineyards: Medoc, Entre-deux-Mers, Saint Emilion

This post, by Wendy Narby, is a participant in the 2014 Great Wine Capitals guest bloggers' program.

Blog post URL:  http://www.insidertasting.com/blog/2013/06/28/star-satellites

All photos:  Wendy Narby

 

The satellites, as their name implies, circulate around a star – the star being Saint Emilion.

Mindy Joycea Wine and Tourism Blogger, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC international Guest Blogger Contest:  

 

A Magical Trip to Bordeaux, A Better Trip to the Wine Counter

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