Graves and Sauternes:
It is in the Graves, south of Bordeaux, that the first vines of the Bordeaux vineyard were planted over 2000 years ago.
Stop off at Château de Montesquieu and enjoy a unique experience in the vineyard. Vary the pleasures: the power of the reds, the delicacy of the dry whites, or the flamboyant side of the sweet Sauternes wines. Picturesque and bucolic as you wish.
Le Médoc :
Cru Artisan or Cave coopérative, prestigious grand château or small family property, grand cru classified in 1855, come and explore some of the thousands of wine estates in the heart of the Médoc, spread over 16,000 hectares and 8 appellations (Médoc, Moulis, Haut-Médoc, Margaux, Saint-Julien, Pauillac, Saint-Estèphe and Listrac). The Médoc wine route is less than an hour from the campsite and Bordeaux.
Would you like to discover the wine heritage? To travel along the vineyard road? Or to learn about wine tasting?
Which château to choose? Where to stop for a gourmet break in the Médoc vineyards?
Find the answers to your questions on the official website of your holiday in the Médoc www.medoc-tourisme.com/ or on www.medoc-wines.com
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