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15 minutes from Bordeaux, discover one of the oldest Médoc wine Estates .A remarkable site, a 13st Century château, and wines unanimously recognised for their great quality by the international press are the major assets of this estate which is...more
15 rue du Chateau D Agassac, 33290 Ludon-Medoc, France
We booked our visit in advance, 12 euros for a tour and tasting of four wines. The gardens, grounds, and vineyards provide a lovely backdrop for the historic and imposing Chateau, though you can't visit the inside. Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable, with good...More
I chose this chateau to visit after reading reviews saying it was 'child friendly'. In the end this was a good choice. The chateau is beautiful, but unfortunately not open to see inside. We had hoped to have an ipad tour for children around the...More
Tried to visit with 2 kids as the Bordeaux website and chateau's own website complimented on this place as childfriendly. That, among other promises made, did not follow through. There was nothing for kids (the ipad adventure is no available, the castle is unavailable to...More
We went for an evening concert and cocktails as a tour group on a river cruise. A little chilly the evening we were there so indoors may have been better for the cocktails.
The concert was enjoyable.
The Chateau is a lovely building , it...More
First winery in Bordeaux and Best choise ever. We had a Private tour (make a reservation), and we had opportunity to visit the cellar and the winery, I wish we had chances to visit the Castel but is a restaurant so you have to go...More
Pierre gave us an excellent tour of the Château, very well organized and answered all our questions, I would suggest to go on several tours as the technics of producing the wine vary and it's interesting to learn more about the differences.
Following our visit...More
We booked a €10 group tour over email and cycled the 15k easily on cycle paths from Bordeaux old town. The chateau is really well set up for tourists, which was a bit off-putting at first, but actually the lovely Valentine was so amiable and...More
Château d'Agassac is in the Haut-Médoc region of Bordeaux, France. It is very close to the city of Bordeaux. It is one of the few chateaus in Haut-Médoc that has a restaurant, and the restaurant is excellent. Gourmet Food. Sommelier service. And with wines are...More
Did the kids and adult adventure trail that took us around the grounds of the beautiful chateau. Used the ipads to hear the tour and answered the quiz. Would have been nice to actually go inside where the wine was actually produced.
The wine itself...More