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Built on the site of an old medieval fortress dating from the 11th century, Château de Mirambeau was restored to its current stately appearance in the early 19th century by Count Charles Nicolas Duchâtel. Its decoration boasts a decidedly French art of living that blends Renaissance and classicism. Carved fireplaces, woodwork, hangings and stained glass all give the château its spirit without being overpowering. Set amid 8-hectare grounds that overlook the Gironde estuary and the Cognac and Bordeaux vineyards, Château de Mirambeau is a pleasant and refined setting in which to relax.
Located between Bordeaux and Cognac, Château de Mirambeau is happy to share with you its knowledge of the history, the secrets and flavours of cognac.
We offer a tasting revealing all the secret aromas of cognac. It is held in one of the most fascinating parts of the château: the "Cognathèque", dedicated to wine and cognac.
We can also organise visits to the great Cognac houses: Hennessy, Rémy-Martin, Martell and Camus.
Choose our Wellness Stay package:
two tennis courts, two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), Jacuzzi, sauna, steam bath, a gym and a booth for your massages and treatments. Come and enjoy this pleasure space dedicated to body treatments and facials, relaxation and awakening the senses.
With its 119,000 hectares and sixty appellations, the Bordeaux region is the largest AOC vineyard in France.
To help you get to know the wines of the region, we organise a day in Saint-Emilion: private lessons in the morning on Bordeaux wines, lunch in a famous restaurant in Saint-Emilion with a wine specialist and visit and tasting of a Grand Cru Classé. Finally, we offer a tour of Saint-Emilion and Pomerol estates, with tastings of old vintages.
This medieval town, with its
5,400 hectares of vineyards stretching all around the centre, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1999.