Every year, the last weekend of January, an appellation of the vineyard organizes this celebration of Saint-Vincent, the patron saint of winegrowers. In a friendly atmosphere, the fraternities from each winemaking village, as well as thousands of visitors, come together to celebrate these traditions and taste the local production!
Château Siran from the Margaux region is probably one of the most interesting wineries to visit. It has an escape room! The very first Château Siran Escape Game invites you to decipher the secrets of this family estate in an exceptional setting: an authentic nuclear radiation-proof bunker.
Kirwan is an infinitely charming estate. The late 18th century château was built by Mark Kirwan, a prosperous Irish businessman who combined two small adjoining vineyards in the village of Cantenac and gave his name to the new entity.
Château Clarke is a large estate named after the Irish family who purchased it in 1771. Perpetuating his illustrious family's love of wine, the co-owner of Château Lafite-Rothschild, Baron Edmond, had always dreamed of owning a wine estate that he could make his own.
The original château was built in 1875, surrounded by 1.5 hectares of vines. The architectural style is very Baroque, which was popular in the 19th century.
Three centuries old, Château Bouscaut is located in a beautiful, harmonious setting surrounded by oak woods. The château is owned by the Lurton family, who celebrated their fortieth anniversary in 2019!