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  • Château Yquem

    Château Yquem

  • Château Ausone - St. Emilion

    Château Ausone - St. Emilion

  • Château Beychevelle

    Château Beychevelle

  • Château Cadet Pontet

    Château Cadet Pontet

  • Château Mouton - Rothschild

    Château Mouton - Rothschild

  • Château Guadet

    Château Guadet

  • Château Petrus

    Château Petrus

  • Château Guiraud

    Château Guiraud

  • Château La Rose Brisson

    Château La Rose Brisson - St. Emilion

  • Château Latour

    Château Latour

  • Château de Malle

    Château de Malle

  • Maison des Vin de Graves

    Maison des Vin de Graves

  • Château Giscours

    Château Giscours

The Bordeaux region is known for the world 's most famous monuments, medieval towns and castles and the magical beauty of the landscape. bordeaux3bBut the main wealth - the great Bordeaux wines and gastronomy. Discover the fine gastronomic richness of Bordeaux wines. wijnrij-kleinOnly here you can enjoy a whole range of tastes of great wines.

The most famous delicacies produced here in the southwest of France: Perigord truffles and foie gras, oesters-koel-kleinoysters, mussels and fish Arcachon and Oléron, the famous "Côte de Boeuf", mushrooms, asparagus Bligh, Aquitaine caviar, bayonskaya ham from the Basque Country, Bordeaux Canelo,

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goat cheese "Rocamadour", "poyyaksky lamb" and many more.


Aquitaine : The cradle of humanity


Bordered on its western side by 155 miles of ocean coastlines, Aquitaine shares a border with Spain via its mountains, the Atlantic Pyrenees. The third most extensive region in France, it possesses unsuspected riches. There are no less than 2,800 structures listed as historical monuments!







The wines of Bordeaux

The Gironde, a region full of colours and flavours: sample its art of living and explore its vineyards, learn about food/wine pairings at the Bordeaux school of wine… A divine invitation!

wijn2 Mouton-Rothschild, Yquem, Latour, Haut-Brion, Angélus

Some of the exciting stars of Bordeaux! The famous classification of 1855,supplemented since then and still in effect, lists all of the grands crus. Exceptional châteaux and mythical wines that reflect a long wine-producing history. From the youngest wines to the famous and legendary bottles, some sixty appellations cover all styles and all categories. In this very extensive wine-growing area, the secret of their character lies in the assemblage, the mixing of the varieties that make up each of these wines. Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac with their powerful tannins, the elegant Saint-Julien, Saint-Émilion, the seductive Pomerol and the distinguished Fronsac, Côtes de Bordeaux, supple and nuanced… In general, the reds go with red meat, small game, and roast poultry, and some Médocs go well with chocolate desserts.

The intensity of the Graves, the complex Pessac-Léognan … The great dry white wines offer their aromatic richness to shellfish, white meat and noble fish. The highly-renowned sweet wines are remarkable with foie gras and desserts. The lively and fresh Entre-deux-Mers accompany paellas and tapas.