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Bordeaux Travel Guide

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ARTICLES

Bordeaux’s Wine Growing Renaissance

How does France’s oldest—and most iconic—wine-growing region go about reinventing itself?Alexandra Marshall meets the next generation of hoteliers, chefs, and winemakers behind this unexpected renaissance.

World's Top Wine Tours

A well-crafted wine tour can deliver Bordeaux’s best or a one-on-one with cult winemakers in Italy. But it’s all about choosing the right itinerary for...

The Futurist: China Leads High-Speed Rail Plans

BBC Travel - Passport Blog |  With the 30 June opening of the high-speed rail between Beijing and Shanghai, China became a leader in new...

Second-label Bordeaux

Second-label Bordeaux—less extravagant versions of more famous wines—are the hidden gems of France’s most prestigious vineyards. They tend to reach their prime closer to release...

Guess Where? Bridge Edition

In English, this bridge is known by the stone material from which it was built, while its native name refers to the saint known as...

Europe Without Hotels

New York Times |  In the middle of a cool, cloudless Parisian afternoon, light was pouring into my guest room from a turn-of-the-century courtyard in...

LVMH Extends Posh Label to New Luxury Resorts

Wall Street Journal | LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is checking into the hotel business. The world's largest luxury-goods company, home to brands such as...

Europe's Best Wine Bars

Whether you’re sipping in Spain or tippling in Turin, T+L has the spot for you.

Exploring France's Cap Ferret

Worlds apart from the glammed-out scene on the Riviera, France’s Cap Ferret is full of unpretentious charms.

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.
HOTELS

Château de Sours

The property, just southwest of Pomerol, is now in the hands of Martin Krajewski, an English businessman who has added several large and immaculate guest rooms, regional cooking classes, and a... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Chez Bob

A famously funky, beloved restaurant on the mosquito-infested plains. Vintage photos cover the walls of this former ranch, many featuring the handsome Bob, a charismatic Resistance hero (Bob is a nom... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Château Palmer

Just off the D2 highway—known as the Route des Châteaux—this 128-acre winery is easily recognizable by its two conical turrets rising behind a wrought-iron railing. Set on a terraced... more ›


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