Win a Two-Night Stay at Le Saint James Hotel Worth €1,920

Win a Two-Night Stay at Le Saint James Hotel Worth €1,920

Calling all oenophiles. We’re offering a pair of lucky readers the chance to win a two-night stay at the Relais & Châteaux Le Saint James, including breakfast and dinner at the luxury hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant and Le Café L’Espérance bistro.

Le Saint James is an 18-bedroom contemporary hotel designed by famed French architect Jean Nouvel and located in the quaint village of Bouliac, minutes from bustling Bordeaux. It boasts panoramic views of the city and the River Garonne.

The hotel is home to its own vineyard, producing between 400 and 600 bottles each year. Guests can sample the rare vintages at the bar or over a meal at the estate’s Michelin starred restaurant where head chef Nicolas Magie wields his culinary brilliance.

©Le Saint James

Also located in the village of Bouliac and across the square is the hotel’s second restaurant, Le Café de L’Espérance, with a relaxed bistro ambience.

Just a short drive away, Saint-Émilion provides a wealth of opportunities to taste the finest wines in the Aquitaine region and enjoy guided tours of some of the world’s most renowned vineyards. In Bordeaux itself, the Cité du Vin museum beckons. There visitors are invited to delve into the wine-making process and learn about the history of wine across the globe before indulging in a leisurely dégustation.

For more information about Le Saint James Hotel, visit their website here.

©Le Saint James

Sorry but this competition is now closed. Please keep checking our competitions page to view the latest giveaways.

Draw closes on December 31, 2017. All bookings are subject to availability and must be pre-booked. The prize is not valid over bank holidays, Christmas, Easter or during January 2018. Offer lasts until May 30, 2018.

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