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Spend an unforgettable night at Château de la Dauphine in the heart of the Fronsac appellation.
The château was built around 1750. Shortly after its construction, Maria Josepha of Saxony, the Dauphine of France (the wife of Louis-Ferdinand of France, who, as the son of Louis XV, was the Dauphin), and mother of several of the last Kings of France
(including Louis XVI) stayed at the château for a few days. This event contributed to the property's reputation, which was named in memory of the Princess’s visit.
Almost 3 centuries later, the place kept all its majesty and became a figurehead of this wine appellation, producing exquisite organic wines. It is in this historical place, where tradition meets modernity, just a few minutes away from Saint-Emilion vineyards, that you will have the chance to enjoy a typical 3-course French dinner. You will also learn more about its harmonious, generous wines, characterized, like Château de La Dauphine itself, by elegance and complexity.
Afterwards, return to the ship in Bordeaux.
Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties due to steps in the cellars of the wine estate.