Château de Rouillac


Built in the 17th century, Château de Rouillac bears witness to the architectural influence of one of its most illustrious proprietors: Baron Haussmann. Today, the domain has adopted a policy of sustainable agricultural methods and a certification for the “High Environmental Value” label. Visitors are invited to participate in this program, via an “eco responsible” tour of the vineyard, in a horse drawn carriage, followed by a visit of the new HQE vat room.

Château Siaurac

Situé entre Pomerol et Saint-Émilion le château Siaurac et son orangerie du 18ème  est le plus grand domaine de l'appellation Lalande de Pomerol,  avec 60 ha de vignes et 15 ha de parc dessiné au XIXème, au charme immédiat et innatendu dans cette région vouée aux vignes.

Château Siaurac

Located between Pomerol and Saint Emilion, Château Siaurac and its 18th century orangery is the biggest estate in Lalande de Pomerol appellation, surrounded by a 60 hectare vineyard and a 15 hectares park, designed and planted in the 19th century. On original and innovative program “How to live the wine” allows wine amateurs to discover the Bordeaux wines produced in this family estate since 1832.

Château Lavergne-Dulong


Sis entre Bordeaux et Saint-Emilion, le château Lavergne-Dulong, converti à l’agriculture biologique, offre un cadre verdoyant entre le parc et le vignoble. 4 chambres d’hôtes à l’ambiance cosy et traditionnelle, dans le pur esprit « maison de famille », permettent de s’immerger dans l’ambiance d’une exploitation familiale ou de se détendre autour de la piscine quand le beau temps est au rendez-vous. Le confort moderne dans chaque chambre et une table d’hôte proposant des produits artisanaux et bios complètent cette étape inoubliable.

Château Lavergne-Dulong

Château Lavergne-Dulong, situated between Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion, has adopted organic wine growing methods, and offers its luxuriant setting of parkland and vines. 4 guest bedrooms, with their traditional French “country house” décor, modern comforts and cosy atmosphere, enable visitors to enjoy a relaxing stay in a family run wine property, and to unwind by the swimming pool in warm weather. The added attraction of a “Table d’Hôte” (communal dinner with the owners), offering local and organic specialties makes this an unforgettable stay for travelers.

Manuel Muga, Bordeaux

"Muga Family would like to thank you GWCGN for this International Best Of Wine Tourism Award we received on the 5th of November in Bordeaux. This International Prize makes us feel very proud, since it means the recognition to a work of many years trying to promote the wine sector in the world of tourism with excellent results.
Thank you very much indeed and we wait for you in our Winery.

All the Best"


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