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Looking for a peaceful haven to enjoy Bordeaux’s finest wines? Find it at Château Siaurac

Pass the vineyards of Petrus and keep going! Sip some of Bordeaux’s top wines from the Right Bank in a beautiful setting in the rolling countryside of Lalande de Pomerol. A 19th century château and buildings that date from the 1600s provides your scenery. It feels like it is your own, as you are (and this is very rare in Bordeaux) invited … Continue reading

Bordeaux’s Architect Wines

The red terrace of Jean Nouvel at Château La Dominique shines brightly in the Spring sunshine, diverting the eye from the giant curved  lips of Cheval Blanc’s modern winery next door. This week I visited the giant new cellars of Montrose owned by the Bouyges brothers. Last week it was Pavie’s marble morselium. Margaux is in … Continue reading