Bordeaux

Château Carbonneau

Château Carbonneau is a 50-hectare family estate with 20 hectares of vines. It is ideally situated near the Dordogne, between Saint-Emilion and Bergerac on the slopes of the Sainte-Foy Bordeaux appellation. The impressive 19th century château has five bedrooms and a luxury table d'hôte of international reputation in a beautiful green setting. It is approved by Gites de France and rated "4 épis". Guests can take advantage of a large swimming pool or enjoy walking around vast grounds with a magnificent glasshouse, one-of-a-kind in the Gironde department.

Château Saint Ahon

Owned by Charles de Montesquieu in the 18th century, Château Saint Ahon is a listed "remarkable monument". Located at the gateway to the Médoc, 20 minutes from the city of  Bordeaux, the château has set up an entertaining wine-themed circuit, Les Jardins de Mirabel, especially designed for families.  Visitors can explore this at their own rhythm to admire the vines, flora, and fauna while gleaning information from panels and taking a fun quiz (suitable for people of all ages).

Maison des Vins de Cadillac

The new Vines and Wines Museum at the Maison des Vins de Cadillac is housed in La Closière, an attractive 18th century manor house.  Visitors can take advantage of an informative and entertaining tour perfectly adapted to families.  The exhibition is dynamic, educational and interactive. If features panels (in French, English and braille), scale models, an "olfactory piano", winemaking tools, different-size bottles and activities for children.  If visitors desire, the tour can end with a tasting of regional wines, including sweet white ones, as well as a look at the boutique.

Château Faugères

Winegrowing at Château Faugères, a Grand Cru Classé, is natural and sustainable. This 37 hectare estate, entitled to the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation, boasts a superb 18th century manor house and an amazing new cellar built in 2009. This was designed by the internationally famous architect Mario Botta; who created an altogether impressive building, a veritable cathedral of wine perfectly integrated into its natural surroundings on the plateau opposite the château.

Martine Cazeneuve, Château Paloumey, Bordeaux

November 2010:

"We, at Château Paloumey, are very proud to have received this international prize in the Art & Culture category. This is a great honour that Great Wine Capitals recognized our passion for “art & wine pairing” along with our team’s continuous efforts for excellence in hosting people and promoting Bordeaux wines & vineyards. We want to extend our congratulations to all Best Of winners from around the world; this is a real pleasure to share this commitment in making visitors’ experience unique".

Château Pape Clément

 

En restaurant une des propriétés les plus connues de l'appellation Pessac Leognan, Bernard Magrez a considérablement investi dans la production des vins, mais aussi dans le château et ses chais. L’orangerie, le Chai à Barriques et le Pavillon du Prélat sont des lieux de choix pour des événements privés ou professionnels avec une équipe dédiée qui peut prendre en charge toute les demandes, de la restauration à la logistique. Des dégustations de luxe sont également proposées, ainsi que des visites d’autres vignobles bordelais de Bernard Magrez.

Château Pape Clément

 

One of the best known chateaux of the Pessac Leognan appellation, owner Bernard Magrez has invested heavily not only in the winemaking, but also in restoring the château and winery. The "Orangerie", the Barrel Cellar, and the Pavillon du Prelat offer spaces for the staging of both personal and professional events, with a team fully on hand to organize everything from catering to logistics. Luxury wine tastings are also on offer, as are tours around Magrez’s other Bordeaux vineyards.

La Winery

 

Deuxième récompense bien méritée attribuée à l’entreprise de Philippe Raoux qui a su allier innovation, architecture, art et vin dans la création de cette boutique et son centre culturel de 1 000 m². Ce lieu original est conçu pour aider les visiteurs à identifier leur préférence en matière de vins. Le bâtiment, très contemporain, abrite un restaurant "gourmet", un bar à tapas ainsi qu'un espace réservé au théâtre, à la musique et à de nombreux événements culturels. 

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