The Saint Emilion vineyards are located East of 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.
Saint Emilion is not only on the UNESCO World Heritage List thanks to its wine and traditional macaroons, 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. You’ll be able to discover it as well through culinary workshop.
Saint Emilion benefits from an outstanding microclimate suitable for a trip. Travel the wine country by bike, in a tuk tuk or even on motorbike.
Visit Saint Emilion with our Wine Package (3 nights/2 people).