Saint-Émilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for the catacombs under the town, built on a beautiful spot overlooking the Dordogne valley. The steep cobblestone streets are lined with charming houses, fascinating Romanqesue ruins, and ... 

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May 2013

Teaching us how to blend wines at Chateau Gaby

Wineyards of Saint-Emilion

November 2012

View from Chateau Fraugeres of its wineyards.

The road along the way

April 2011

A very relaxing ride with beautiful scenery.

Clos La Madeline

July 2008



Our winery where the vintner was outstanding.

View from the Château

October 2014

View of the surrounding countryside from the first Château on our tour.

Lunch with a View!

October 2014

The first part of lunch provided after our morning ride and tour of the Château. Fruit and cheese platters followed!

Outstanding side-visit to Le Cellier de Saint Emilion

September 2014

Our tour guide Marion gave the group an option to spend part of our time in the village doing a tasting with Bruno Paties at and quot;Le Cellier de Saint Emilion. and quot;. So glad we did because we all tasted some of the very best wines here, and plenty of them (about 8 different high quality wines). Outstanding!

View over St. Emilion

September 2014

Great view over the village of St. Emilion

Chateau Soutard barrel room

September 2014

Chateau Soutard was a very nice trip with a great guide (Alex), but the wine didn't quite seem equal to the value. Just a personal opinion. Great visit nonetheless to see a more high-tech type of production.

Chateau Soutard wine tasting

September 2014

After a very educational visit through Chateau Soutard, our guide Alex introduces us to the 2006 vintage of the Grand Cru Classe and a similar wine from 2008.

Chateau Magnan La Gaffeliere

September 2014

The wine guide takes us into the underground cellars of Magnan La Gaffeliere.

Vineyards of Magnan La Gaffeliere

September 2014

This is from our visit to the second vineyard of the day at Magnan La Gaffeliere. This winery showed the tour more old fashioned techniques of making wine. the guide was extremely knowledgeable and carried with him eight years of higher education focused one on wine production. Very insightful!

Merlot grapes from the Petrus vineyard

September 2014

Merlot grapes from the Petrus vineyard


August 2014

Monique S

Exploring the vineyards and cellars.

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