Palatial Pleasures

Bordeaux châteaus introduce luxury accommodations and dining
Palatial Pleasures
Château Giscours in Margaux offers sumptuous overnight accommodations that include breakfast and a tour of the winery. (François Poincet/Occit'Media)
Mar 31, 2018

Bordeaux has been rebuilt into a city open to wine lovers and tourists alike. Now a myriad of wineries and châteaus have rolled out the red carpet for overnight stays and fine dining. It's all possible—if you know where to go in Bordeaux. Wine Spectator's Suzanne Mustacich explains.

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