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Chateau de Cerons, Cerons

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  • We visited the Castle with my wife and a friend. The owner made us taste several bottles of wine, from white to red wine, from different years. After a few glasses, we established a very amusing conve...  more »
  • Venus in the Bordeaux vineyards to discover wines. We have visited the area on Saturday. After looking on their website the opening in season (April to September from Monday to Saturday from 9 h to 19 h). We found door closed... So call before going. C is a pity.
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  • a beautiful chartreuse for very good wines and hosts friendly and passionate; Despite a miserable and dangerous time for the vine, we spent an hour to taste and talk about the vine and the wine and history with the owners of the Castle. three wines three colours and three favorite one serious White dry remarkable, and serious wines red 2014 very round and already close to consumed. and we came to this small appellation of the Cerons, a sweet lovely with a very good price. but we can get carried away with older vintages, and we can even dive picnic on the grass with the smart basket! Chic idea... congratulations and thank you
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  • loved it. both wine, chateau and the owners are enchanting. this chateau was even on the 50 things to do list of french magazine Le Figaro - and rightly so. this close to wine making you will not get anywhere. we will be back.
  • Booked this with a tour because it sounded fun. We had a very pleasant hostess (name of marine?) who gave a tour of the estate. The tasting was a big disappointment. Three wines were tasted and very skimpy 1 ounce tastings of each. The white blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillion was acidity and dry. Maybe good if one is desperate. The red held promise, but I've had many more bordeauxs much better at lower price point. The sweet desert wine was good- my wife liked it, but not my thing. I'd pass on this place with so many other good ones to go to.
  • I spent a very nice at the Château de Cérons. I arrived without a reservation for a visit and I ended up making one with the warm-welcoming owner of the vineyard. Very instructive on the secrets of wine-making, the place is definitely enchanting, very authentic, I felt like 200 years back in time. Icing on the cake, the sweet wine produced here is a wonder, usually I find sweet wines too sweet but this one you can drink forever, enjoy the tasting!
  • It's beautiful, beautiful! The wine is delicious and the owners wonderfully welcome you in their beautiful home. Currently still in the works for a few finishes but in a few months, you can enjoy all the attractions of this beautiful wine-growing estate. See and discover without moderation!
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  • What a lovely discovery! Following Bettane and Desseauve article in magazine "In Magnum" of April 28, 2016, I went to the castle of Cérons to discover the property and taste their wines. I was very well received by the owners and the wines are exquisite! A home of high quality, a tasting of three wines where you can feel the terroir and the love of the product. Thanks for this good moment of Exchange and sharing.
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