Visit the vineyard of your choice


Beatrice has selected a list of partner vineyards among chateaux of Graves and Sauternes. Reputed for its Grands Crûs, this region is strong in history and wine culture.

Discover the list of partner châteaux for the Wine Tour.


chateau carbonnieux bordeaux wine lodge

Thanks to its vineyards potential, in 1953 then in 1959, during the classification of the Grand Crus de Graves, the Château Carbonnieux is notable as much red as white wines. The wines of Château Carbonnieux the fruity character, supple and elegant are among the greatest representatives of wines from Graves.

chateau malartic lagraviere bordeaux wine lodge

Located in Pessac-Leognan appellation, it is classified as Grand Cru wine classification of Graves. The vineyard is located on an excellent soil without weedkiller or pesticides

chateau smith haut lafitte bordeaux wine lodge

Since 1365, the noble house of Bosq has chosen this terroir to develop a vineyard.

Without a doubt, the elegant red wines copy of Smith Haut Lafitte and the sophisticated bouquet of its white renowned throughout the world deserve the daily care.

chateau pape clement bordeaux wine lodge

The Château Pape Clément, located in Pessac, at the gateway of Bordeaux, owes its name to Pope Clement V. In 2009, it achieves the mystic score of 100 by the well-known critic Robert Parker.


chateau climens bordeaux wine lodge

Climens is most famous for the elegance of its wine, but also for its sustained excellence : enven in less than grat vintages, the wines produced are always magical.

chateau lafaurie peyraguey bordeaux wine lodge

The history and reputation of Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey are inextricably bound up with those of the Sauternes appellation and the 1855 classification. The merits of its own sweet white wine have long been recognized. In the 1855 classification it was ranked as one of the Premiers Crus Classés, in second place.

chateau rieussec bordeaux wine lodge

Château Rieussec was acquired by Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) in 1984. For the 1855 classification, the quality of the Rieussec soil earned its ranking as a first growth Sauternes and Barsac. The estate then consisted of 110 hectares, 68 hectares of which were vines.



To expand the pleasure of Wine Tour, Beatrice propose you a private visit to a cooperage to learn the secrets of manufacturing.


Do you have your own establishment and wish to become a partner to offer visits of your vineyard or your cooperage to Bordeaux wine enthusiasts that contact us?