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Eglantine, two Citroën horses, with a wicker case and the steeple of Saint Emilion in the background.

Visit of the châteaux of Bordeaux with a 2 cv Citroën from wine tour company

If you’re looking for a unique way to experience the famous Bordeaux wine region, then a wine tour in a 2CV Citroën with might be just what you need. The 2CV Citroën is a classic French car that adds a touch of retro charm to your journey, while provides a customized and informative wine tour experience. Your wine tour will start with a pick-up from your accommodation in… Read More »Visit of the châteaux of Bordeaux with a 2 cv Citroën from wine tour company

Château Soutard, reception courtyard with a wing added by the architect Fabien Pédelaborde with only materials from the property.

Visit the hidden and unusual terroir of Saint Emilion in a Citroën two-wheeler with the best guides and become an expert in fine Bordeaux wines.

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Saint Emilion is a famous wine-producing region located in the Bordeaux area of France. It is known for producing some of the finest red wines in the world, made predominantly from Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes. The terroir of Saint Emilion is unique, with its combination of limestone, clay, and sandstone soils, which impart distinctive flavors and aromas to the wines produced in the region. Additionally, the area’s microclimate, with its warm, sunny days and cool nights, provides ideal conditions for grape growing. To become an expert in fine Bordeaux wines, it is essential to learn about the various factors that contribute to the flavor and character of each wine. This includes understanding the terroir, the grape varieties used, the winemaking techniques employed, and the aging process. There are many resources available to help you learn about wine, including books, courses, and tastings. Additionally, visiting the wineries and vineyards in person can be a great way to gain firsthand… Read More »Visit the hidden and unusual terroir of Saint Emilion in a Citroën two-wheeler with the best guides and become an expert in fine Bordeaux wines.

Château la Louvière. Château viticole pluri centenaire à Pessac Léognan où les forêts sombre et profondes du 12 ème et 13 ème siècle ont donné la configuration de ce magnifique terroir à Pessac Léognan

Things to know about the Pessac Léognan appellation

The Pessac Léognan appellation is situated in the south of the Bordeaux region and has the best reputation among the nearby Graves appellations. The region is distinguished by its top-quality gravelly soil, from which the name Graves is derived. The appellation is spread over more than 130 000 hectares, covering a dozen towns in the suburban area of Bordeaux (Cadaujac, Talence, Canéjan, Léognan, Martillac, Pessac, Mérignac, Villenave d’Ornon, Gradignan, and… Read More »Things to know about the Pessac Léognan appellation

Laurent Lagaillardie and Lucie in front of the château Balestard La tonnelle in Saint Emilion

Business name and what it does

Origins The name of the business is a mix between the opportunity of free domain name (Bordeaux and châteaux) and the will to create a meaningful name. People who want to visit Bordeaux in France must have seen the beautiful and rich vineyards around the city. So, I decided to name the site: History The site was created and launched at the end of 2019 (in December). But… Read More »Business name and what it does

The wine of Saint-Emilion: our chateau list

Beautiful Saint-Emilion is a viticultural estate made up of 12 appellations, or protected winemaking regions. Each appellation is unique; from the world-renowned to the hidden gems, there’s one for every taste. Here are some of the appellations of Saint-Emilion, their locations, and their characteristics which bring such fame to the wine of the region. The appellations and grape varieties of Saint-Emilion The most famous Saint-Emilion grape varieties such as Merlot,… Read More »The wine of Saint-Emilion: our chateau list

Le château Pédesclaux au crépuscule. Grand cru classé en Médoc

The road to Medoc

Whether you’re a budding Bordeaux oenologist or just a lover of good wine, Bordeaux Chateaux’s route through the terroirs of Medoc is for you. Embark on a quest of the senses, discovering the prestige of Grand Cru Classé wines and the stunning architecture of the chateaux that produce them. Read on to learn what makes the Medoc region special, and which Medoc winemakers will open their doors to you on… Read More »The road to Medoc