The Saint-Emilion vineyards are located east of Château Grattequina. The wines of Saint-Emilion are of a great tradition. They were already well known during the Gallo-Roman period and are still today renowned and enjoyed all around the world.
In 2019, Saint-Emilion is celebrating is 20 years UNESCO anniversary. Worldly famous thanks to its wine and traditional “macarons”, the city is a museum on its own. The medieval town offers a lot of historic sites to visit such as the King’s keep or the Ursulines’ convent.
Gastronomy is also much present in the region. Culinary workshop is a good way to discover it.
Saint-Emilion benefits from an outstanding micro-climate suitable for a trip. Cross the vineyards by bike, in a “tuk tuk” or even on motorbike.
Visit Saint Emilion with our Wine Package (3 nights/2 people).