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Château des Vigiers – Bergerac Chateau Hotel and Spa

Just outside Bergerac (24 Dordogne, Nouvelle Aquitaine) there is a sumptuous hotel in a Chateau: Chateau de Vigiers

Dating back to 1597, the Chateau de Vigiers is an internationally renowned luxury four star Hotel, Golf and Spa located in the Dordogne Périgord region of South West France, just under two hours flight time from London, 20 minutes from Bergerac Airport and an hour east of Bordeaux. Whatever your preference, whether it is touring the world famous vineyards of Bordeaux, playing golf, being pampered in the Maria Galland Beauty Centre or simply relaxing at a romantic hotel and enjoying the region’s finest gastronomy, the multilingual staff will do their utmost to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
The region is famous for its wine. In fact, wine has been produced here since Roman times and our own A.O.C. Bergerac wines have been produced for over 3 centuries.

When visiting here, it would be a shame not to take the opportunity to visit some of the worlds most famous vineyards! – good links with some of the most prestigious wine growers and private tours and tastings can be organised upon request

For more information and to check availability at this Bergerac Chateau Hotel see Chateau de Vigiers

You can book this hotel in your local currency (e.g. GBP£ or USD$)

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wineBergerac vineyards are well worth a visit. Being close to the more famous vineyards of St Emilion and Bordeaux they are often underestimated- especially at top growers such as Guy Cuisset at nearby Chateau Grinou or Fabrice Feytout at Chateau Beauportail in Pecharmant. Bergerac reds are fruity and supple. They flatter the palate. They are typically for drinking young and can be a good everyday wine. Dry white wines from Bergerac can be fruity and zesty for drinking young; or they can be rich and round with a  the complexity of oak barrel-aging when they are made for aging. The subtle, floral nose of these wines is remarkable. Sweet white Bergerac wines range from the medium dry to the luscious dessert wines of Saussignac