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Chateau Franc Mayne, Saint-Emilion

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  • When you drive up the tiny road leading to the Chateau, you think that this must be a tiny wine-making operation; but nothing could be less true. The reason is that most of the wine and operation is w...  more »
  • This tour showed less of the production side than most wine tours we went on in the Bordeaux area, so it was interesting but not remarkable except to see the caves, left from limestone quarrying. This...  more »
  • Most enjoyable wine tasting tour ever of many many all over the world. You will be taken down into the limestone caves where your guide will move you slowly from room to room, darken the room, and all...  more »
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  • This is beautiful hotel and vinyard. I did a visit which was informative and fun. However as hotel I felt that attention to detail was lacking, we were moved from the first room due to an ant infestation. This happens so not judging them on that. But the first room was fairly expensive and it was tiny (white and black)!! Plus you heard the pluming noises from room above. After we noticed the ants we were moved to a room next level up (African lodge) and that safe did not work in this room. However as room it was lovely and much roomier. We did not get to use the natural pool as it rained throughout our stay except on the day we left. I would still recommend this place but has some improvements.
  • Great views, comfy beds, but service was a little lacking: given incorrect information about wine pricing and checkout times
  • Great with pretty things to see (careers with animations, sounds and lights etc...)
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  • The winery with the longest dungeons, an interesting visit and good wines!
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