Château Siaurac - Bordeaux
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It's all about the wine and living the good life in Bordeaux. For the dynamic Château Siaurac it's not surprising that 'The Best of Wine Tourism' award applies to the entire program at this Château. As the largest property in 'lalande de Pomerol' and a close neighbour to iconic château such as Petrus, Château Siaurac has it all. The destination right bank Château Siaurac not only affords one the opportunity to purchase great wine and visit a beautiful historic property but presents tastings, innovative tours and workshops, gourmet picnics, other delicious meals, conferences and celebrations that can be tailored for individual needs. Six generations of the same family have perfected wine and hospitality!
Château Siaurac, one of the ' Baronne Guichard Wines', lives its philosophy of respect for the land, discovery, innovation and gastronomy. Extensive restoration of the Château and modern renovation to wine making and presentation facilities offer the best for each visitor experience - there are even surprise packages for children! Around the outside of these historic buildings, the 60 hectare Chateau Siaurac estate has 15 hectares dedicated to woods and wildlife. A beautiful landscaped garden designed in the XIX century is singularly a retreat from the estate's busy activities. All still reflect Aline's great great Grandfather's plan from 1832. In all aspects Château Siaurac exemplifies the art of living to enjoy the wines. Congratulations to this family in LaLande de Pomerol!
Château Siaurac is one of the family's three Châteaux, part of 'the Baronne Guichard Wines'. These include Château Siaurac (lalande de Pomerol), Château Le Prieure (Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classe), Château Vray Croix de Gay (Pomerol), Plaisir de Siaurac (lalande de Pomerol) Delice du Prieure (St. -Emilion Grand Cru) and L'Enchanteur.
To confirm visits please call the Chateau Siaurac for details.
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