Taste the wines of Libournais during a privileged visit to Château la Croizille, learn the wine and cheese pairings at Château Pape Clément, or even take advantage of a wine discovery tour in the heart of Bordeaux .
Our winemakers open the doors of the largest grape varieties, producing the finest wines recognized worldwide:
There are 6 wine routes in Bordeaux. The Medoc and its route of the castles, the region of Saint-Emilion and its medieval village, the road of the cornice between Blaye and Bourg and many others. Wine tourism in Bordeaux is a central activity in the economic and cultural life of the region: tastings, evenings with winegrowers, wine workshops, so many activities that transmit and promote the millennial wine activity of the Bordeaux region!
Did you know ? The village of Saint-Emilion owes its name to a Breton monk named Émilion who, on his return from his pilgrimage to Compostela, stopped in the village which today bears his name.