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Experience the ‘French Art of Living’ in a real Wine Châteaux in Bordeaux

With the boom in wine tourism in Bordeaux, a number of famous working wine châteaux have opened their rooms to guests. Here is your chance to experience the French Art of Living, the life of a châtelaine; luxurious but authentic a real taste of the Bourgeois Bordeaux life.

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Haut Médoc:

Château du Tertre, Grand Cru Classé Margaux (calm base in the heart of the wine country)

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Château Beychevelle, Grand Cru Classé St Julien (“Versailles of the Medoc” – beautifully refurbished)

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Château la Tour Carnet, Haut Medoc (near to St Julien) – two suites in a truly medieval castle with moat

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Graves:

Château Pape Clement, Grand Cru Classé Graves (very grand just on the outskirts of Bordeaux)

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Château Troplong Mondot, Premier Grand Cru Classé St Emilion (on the highest point of St Emilion with fabulous views of the medieval village stay amongst the vines, own restaurant too)

Château Beauregard, Pomerol (cosy château in Pomerol and close to St Emilion)

Château Siaurac, Lalande de Pomerol (a family home with beautiful views of St Emilion in the distance and a wonderful chef to look after you)

Château Richelieu, Fronsac (historic château in the beautiful rolling hills of this overlooked wine region next to St Emilion)

Château la Rivière, Fronsac (medieval château overlooking the Dordogne River in the overlooked wine region next to St Emilion)

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Wine bod living in Bordeaux whose passion is finding authentic wines and getting them to your doorstep

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