Chateau Fontesteau

Haut-Médoc, what hides behind a bottle

5 reviews 4.8
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.

About the experience


2-20 persons

2 tastings
Visit and tasting
Available in: French,  English,  German,  Italian,  Spanish
Come and discover the know-how and all the steps that make it possible to create a red wine from Haut Médoc. Involve yourself in our daily life to understand all the symbiosis between the earth, the fauna, the flora, the sheep, the work of our winegrowers, the cellar master... until the marketing of wine bottles all over the world. .

What's included

2 tastings

About the host

North of Bordeaux in the Médoc, on a remarkable natural site where 7 springs flow, Fontesteau offers the experience of a vineyard in symbiosis with the biodiversity that surrounds it.
The site is managed according to the principles of sustainable development, and in 2019 embarked on a process of conversion to organic viticulture.
During a visit followed by a tasting, you will discover all the know-how of our teams of winegrowers who create gourmet, silky and structured wines.

Things to know

Payment: No payment until the host has confirmed your booking.
Cancellation: Full refund of the experience if cancellation takes place up to 24 hours before the start of the experience.
Tasting: No alcohol tasting for underage children.

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Where is the experience located?

Haut-Médoc, what hides behind a bottle - Winalist

Château Fontesteau, Fontesteau, Saint-Sauveur, France

Reviews of Haut-Médoc, what hides behind a bottle
5 reviews
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Sophie Flag us
3 months ago

Luca Flag it
5 months ago

The visit well managed by Merion allowed us to learn new things about wine production in the Medoc. Sympathy and availability.

Irina Flag us
8 months ago

Very interesting tour in a beautiful chateau, vineyards and great views, we were lucky enough to be in the moment of grape harvesting and pressing. We discovered the long history of the chateau, we visited cellars and tried very tasty red wine.

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10 months ago

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a year ago

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