Bordeaux

Château De La Dauphine

At Château De la Dauphine, visitors can immerse themselves in the French way of life by climbing aboard a legendary Citroën 2 CV! The "Heritage Tour" starts in the park of the property, with a guide who will give you an insight into the history of the property and Fronsac.

Château Malromé

Steeped in history, artistic creation and gastronomy, Château Malromé is also the historical residence of the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Awarded the label "Maison des Illustres" in 2016, this 16th century castle celebrates the life and artwork of the illustrious painter. 

Come to Bordeaux and meet the young generation of wine makers and vineyard owners who are making changes in Bordeaux and are keen to meet their clients face to face.

« The place to be » - The 20th Anniversary Conference of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network

 From the 3rd to the 7th November 2019, Bordeaux hosts the International Annual Conference of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network. More than one hundred professionals in the wine and tourism industry will bring together to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of this unique Organization.

Five exceptional days focused on wine, tourism,  and innovation!

For the first time, the Annual Conference gives the opportunity to the General Public to attend some highlights of the event which are:

The “Wine, Environment & Society” Conference
The “Wine Tourism” Conference Panel
The international wine tasting “Taste the World in Bordeaux!”

Join us and cheer to Great Wine Capitals!

Information and registration : greatwinecapitals-bordeaux2019.com

 

Chateau Prieuré Lichine has a very long history of hospitality. As it's name implies, it is an old priory, built just behind the church of Cantenac, one of the five villages of the Margaux appellation.

When you visit the vineyards of Bordeaux, sipping a delicious glass of wine and looking out across the vines, it is easy to fantasise about buying your own vineyard.  Perhaps friends will gently remind you of the old saying “If you want to make a small fortune in wine, start with a large one”.   However, there are many who have taken the leap from successful careers elsewhere to become successful Bordeaux wine makers, employing the same skills, drive and experience.  Here are some who also have a desire to share their new passion by welcoming guests to their properties

Go up, up and away in the Graves and get birds' eye view of Bordeaux.

The Graves region of Bordeaux, south of the city, may be Bordeaux's oldest vineyard and the cradle of Bordeaux fine wine making as we know it today but that doesn't mean it's not moving with the times. 

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