The Bordeaux region in southwestern France is well-known as a must-see destination for wine lovers and is home to many first-class accommodations. Some of the world’s best wines are grown here. Spend your holidays with a better understanding of the different varietals by staying in one of his wine hotels in Bordeaux, learning about wine and how it is made, and of course tasting.
The Chateau de Pitray is located near Saint-Emilion. With beautiful architectural features such as towers, turrets and a pale stone façade covered in vines, the building looks like something straight out of a fairy tale. He has only four rooms, each with elegant antiques and a view of the garden. The Chateau de Pitray is surrounded by its own small vineyards and tours can be arranged for guests.
And who could forget Porto, Portugal? Since opening in 2010, The Yeatman, a luxury 5-star wine hotel and spa, has earned a reputation as the best hotel in Porto.
Perched on a hill overlooking Porto, the Douro River and seven acres of gardens, it is one of Vila Nova de Gaia’s wine lodges. A great option for wine lovers visiting the birthplace of port, The Yeatman offers a Michelin 2-star restaurant, a vinotherapy spa, wine tastings, wine dinners, and classes with winemakers.
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