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"To make the most of your stay, our reception team will concoct a customised itinerary between a private introduction at the School of Wine and prestigious wine tours of Saint-Emilion.
Let us guide you to these châteaux which open their doors to enthusiasts and share their precious nectars."
During your stay, why not enjoy a gastronomic picnic at the Château Pavie "1er Grand Cru Classé A", created by our chef, Ronan Kervarrec? This magical bucolic experience is perfect for a couple, or with family and friends. Top it off with a countryside bike ride and discover the vineyards of Saint-Émilion.
Discover the vineyards and châteaux of Saint-Émilion by electric bike. Thanks to the various itineraries we have devised, admire the landscape as well as the four Pétrus Pomerol 1er Grands Crus Classés A châteaux, Pavie, Cheval Blanc, Angélus and Ausone (19.5 km route). Take a break at Château Pavie for a picnic (excluding drinks), devised by our chef, Ronan Kervarrec.
A unique first-hand experience with producers Yoan and Chloé, oyster farmers at the Banc d’Arguin. Drift across the beds of the special n°2 oysters I showcase in my dishes. An exceptional setting with views of the Dune du Pilat. To round off your visit to the seaside, enjoy a tasting of freshly caught oysters.
The vineyards of Saint-Émilion offer a remarkable landscape. Take to the skies and discover it in all its splendour. Also enjoy a picturesque picnic (excluding drinks) in the countryside, devised by our chef, Ronan Kervarrec. Create some unforgettable memories with this breathtaking experience.
The town of Saint-Émilion, nestled on its rocky promontory, is a cultural jewel. Its vineyards were the first to be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. Legend has it that the village was founded by the hermit Émilion in the 8th century. A site of religious worship, it also worships the cult of wine thanks to the Jurade, the values of which promote the wines of Saint-Émilion all over the world.