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Reviewed 16 October 2020

Super event at this beautiful wine domaine. Vertical tastings of three different vintages of their CabSauv/ Merlot and their Chardonnay. Excellent and informative talk by Edouard Rainault (in English!) followed by a delicious lunch by Ina and Sarah

Date of stay: October 2020
Thank Colin T
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Reviewed 1 October 2019

A beautiful vineyard. The property, accommodation, staff, wine, weather were all fabulous. . We really had a great time with so many interesting places to visit and restaurants to experience. In particular Sarah, Nick, Edouard and Iena, who looked after us, were great fun and helpful and really added to the ambiance of the vineyard.

Date of stay: September 2019
Thank David S
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Reviewed 21 May 2019

We were so lucky to find this beautiful and peaceful Chateau. Everyone was incredibly kind and attentive to whatever we needed. I would recommend this amazing place to anyone - it was truly and experience of a lifetime.

Room tip: Beautiful and Peaceful inside and out
Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Macena123
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Reviewed 11 September 2017

The Domaine is reached via a pretty country road through vineyards and orchards off the main highway to the east of Montagnac.
Our room was in the main house though there is accommodation in the annex, similar in external appearance but added in the 1930s. The room was quiet (important during the harvest as some of the annex rooms overlook the working part of the vineyard and the tractors and harvesting machinery can be out in the fields at 3.00am), well furnished, with a very comfortable bed a bathroom fitted out to a high specification and a TV and A/C. Tea/coffee making facilities and an honour bar were available in the ground floor lounge and a complementary bottle of wine was provided on arrival. There was WiFi but connectivity was a bit haphazard and fiddly.
Breakfast, weather permitting, is served outside and comprises fruit juice, one croissant per guest, bread, a piece of cheese and a slice of ham each, a plate of fruit and eggs and bacon if requested.
Although dinner is not offered they will supply a cold tray of cheeses and meats which could be useful if you are arriving late but there are plenty of good restaurants around, including at the coast if you’re willing to drive to Meze or Marseillan (which has some very good places to eat).
The outside pool was in need of some maintenance and there was a shortage of garden (and dining) furniture.
Staff were always friendly and enthusiastic but varied in efficiency, for example neglecting to cover the cheese and ham on the breakfast buffet, leaving it open for flies.
Public rooms included the main house lounge, a library (with an amazing collection of detective fiction), a home cinema and another lounge, in the annex, complete with grand piano.
Wine tastings are available and if you want to buy a case or two they will also arrange shipping (free if 36 bottles or more).

Room tip: Rooms at the front of the main house are quieter but may be a bit smaller than equivalents in the annex: important during the harvest
Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Dr_Bill_11
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Beautiful well restored chateau with very friendly staff ( Alison & Aukje) Lovely breakfast every morning. Small number of guest so you really have the place to yourself. Lovely pool surrounded by lavender. Bikes available for cycling aound vineyard. There is a reception room almost per guest bedroom so plenty privavcy to relax and most importantly- the Chateau's own wine is superb!
Can be tough to find local restaurants open on Sunday/Monday unless you drive a little bit.

Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Jean1980
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