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Saint Emilion B&B Chateau Haut-Sarpe

Saint Emilion B&B Chateau Haut-Sarpe  at Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes (33 Gironde, Nouvelle Aquitaine) is a  Grand Cru Classé chateau surrounded by vineyards.

Ch Haut Sarpe wine label

Chateau Haut-Sarpe accommodation

Located just 1 mile from the wine village of Saint Emilion (20 mins on foot, 5 mins by car) with its restaurants, wine shops and history, the Chateau Haut-Sarpe offers B&B accommodation on a Grand Cru vineyard. En-suite double bedroom with views of the vineyards. There is a covered terrace. The Chateau is one of the oldest in Saint-Emilion, the design being based on the Petit Trianon (Marie Antoinette’s cottage) at the Chateau de Versailles. A spectacular setting on the highest hill in Saint-Émilion. The Estate offers free vineyard visits and a wine tasting to its guests, There is a garden and a  covered terrace.

Ch Haut-Sarpe wine

The wines of Chateau Haut-Sarpe are made predominantly from the Merlot grape, so can be drunk young yet will continue to age up to  10 years. The wine is classified as Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé . The Chateau is owned by the long-established Joseph Janouiex family, which owns several of the finest Châteaux in the Libourne area (near Bordeaux), including 7 in Saint-Émilion, 4 in Pomerol and 2 in Côte de Castillon.

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nearby alternative vineyard accommodation: Pavillon Villemaurine (Saint-Emilion)

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Saint Emilion – Viticulture was introduced to this fertile region of Aquitaine by the Romans, and intensified in the Middle Ages. The Saint-Emilion area benefited from its location on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and many churches, monasteries and hospices were built there from the 11th century onwards. It was granted the special status of a ‘jurisdiction’ during the period of English rule in the 12th century. It is an exceptional landscape devoted entirely to wine-growing, with many fine historic monuments in its towns and villages.