Château Lafaurie Peyraguey

In the heart of the great Sauternes terroirs, the Lafaurie-Peyraguey vineyard lies on Sauternes’ high gravel terrace.

Château Fleur de Lisse – Vignobles Jade

Committed winemakers in organic and biodynamic farming, we provide small group experiences with a personal welcome, immersive and interactive tours and tastings in a family-friendly winery. Wine bar with local cheese and ham.

Château de la Vieille Chapelle

Vineyard and guest house near St Emilion. Throughout the year, they welcome you for stays in bed and breakfast or to discover their vineyards and their wines.

Château des Vaults – Domaine du Closel

The family vineyard located at the Château des Vaults, in Savennières, Grand Cru of the Loire Valley.

Bordeaux Tourisme

The city of Bordeaux, the gateway to the vineyards is the ideal starting point to discover the vineyards.

Maison du Parc Loire-Anjou-Touraine

If you pass by Montsoreau, take a break at the “Maison du Parc”. We invite you to relax and discover the 116 towns of our Park. Here, you will find a quality information centre shared with the Saumur tourism office; a permanent exhibition showcasing landscapes and human activities; temporary exhibitions; information about the Park and its projects; a shop.

Château Bichon Cassignols

Welcome to Château Bichon Cassignols, property in organic viticulture, producing organic wines, in the Graves appellation, commune of Brède, 15 minutes from Bordeaux

Bergerac Duras

The wines of Bergerac & Duras express their uniqueness through a palette of 5 colors and 17 Protected Designation of Origin (AOP) wines.

Château Cajus

Stay at Château-cajus, an entirely organic wine estate in the Bordeaux region (Entre-deux-Mers). they can accommodate you for leisure, tastings or oenological workshops

Abbaye Royale Saint-Michel de Bois-Aubry

Old listed Abbey for the XII century / Hollywood actor Yul Brynner's grave / 2 little museums (Yul Brynner / Museum of the Monks) / 2 Holliday houses on site (4 stars) / Parc of 7,5 acres 

Château de Lugagnac

On an estate of 75 hectares, the castle of Lugagnac has its origins in the 13th century

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