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Chateau La Dominique, Saint-Emilion

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • The restaurant is called at Château La Dominique; The Red terrace. Great place, reception and catering to the top thanks to a good value. Go for the night between May and October you will see the sunset above the vineyards...
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  • Get among the latest visitors we were welcomed in a charming manner by the delicious Marine, who handled the visit of (cellar) master hand explanations were clear and clear and even exciting. Thanks for a great time. The evening dinner at the restaurant the Red terraces nothing to complain about perfect.
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  • A visit that clearly explains the process of winemaking but especially worth to architectural efforts! New to doing a real feat! That's all just perfect, spectacular views of the vineyards and the areas around (which white horse) kindness, professionalism of our guide to do it without hesitation
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  • Interesting and definitely you must see place in Saint-Ėmilion AOC Grand Cru Classé Château. Another Michel Rollands'wine consultant child. Outstanding new cellar design by Jean Nouvel opened at 2014. 29 hectares, 81% Merlot, 16% Cabernet Franc, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon. Barrel ageing between 16 to 18 months; 70% new barrels. Wine style, especially famous in Bordeaux, for a spicy character - a black pepper and a smoke dominated with cherries, redcurrants and blackberries. Perfect match with a grill. Neighbour of Cheval Blanc, Figeac and La Conseillante. Good Restaurant 'Le Terrasse Rouge' on the top floor with a rich selection of French wines and menu dominated by stakes. Beautiful view. Open for everyone by apointments. Check a website to book your visit.
  • The food is excellent, out of 4-5 meals we had in St. Emillion this was the best. Especially the special menu is reasonably priced at €16 for a main, and my pork was exceptional. The atmosphere overlooking the vineyard is really special and service good as well. Overall a must stop if you're in the region
  • Beautiful estate and terrace restaurant. The food was outstanding and the views were good enough to match!
  • Super home, the guided tour is top, tasting very well, and the table is very good.
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  • Rather, the framework and gastronomy are very nice. The private tour was very interesting on any point of view with simple explanations of Claudia. For a second time at the restaurant terraces red, it was still a treat with friendly and attentive staff. One downside: after a private visit to 4, then several purchased bottles, I find unfortunate q' a gesture of goodwill should not be done during the meal with a bottle in the restaurant charged 98 euros (either double the price of its value in just before direct sales - Château La Dominique 2009 at 53 euros). Finally if you take some wine at the restaurant it will be almost 50% more than for direct sale on the field. Hoping that this attention be considered during the next time or that bottle purchase is possible for direct sale and tasting just then at the restaurant.
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