Located 20 minutes drive from Bordeaux, the Graves and Pessac-Léognan appellations offer panoramic views over the vines, protected by the Landes forest.
Indulge in the world’s first wine therapy spa, a unique concept based on the benefits of vines and grapes. A delight for the senses, and the peace and quiet of the location will make your rest and relaxation weekend unforgettable, whether you come alone or as a couple.
From 2005.00 € per person
Visit Bordeaux with a tour in a sightseeing bus and then stroll along the most beautiful squares and terraces of historic Bordeaux. Treat yourself to a gastronomic getaway: free time for lunch in Bordeaux.
Next, head to the Chartrons district for a visit to the museum of wine and wine trading, followed by free time in the neighbourhood renowned for its antique shops and dealers. In mid-afternoon, enjoy a relaxing foot treatment at Nuxe Spa in a luxury Bordeaux hotel.
Once properly relaxed, take the road to your 5-star accommodation on an outstanding site in Martillac, just 20 minutes from Bordeaux. Dinner in a chic bistro in Martillac. Spend the night in a Relais & Châteaux hotel in Martillac, nestling amid the vines.
Graves will be the starting point of your adventure: learn everything you need to know about vintage red and white wine production with a visit to a wine cellar, including a Grand Cru Classé wine tasting.
On of the most beautiful wine estates in the Pessac-Léognan appellation, discover the natural benefits of wine therapy in a prestigious spa. Enjoy an incredible sensory experience enhanced by the multiple virtues of grapes during a half-day session at the wine therapy spa in your Relais & Châteaux hotel.
Make the most of this last day to round off your discovery of the vineyard with a bike ride or cookery class. Sports lovers can head to the tennis court for a game, or relax by the pool. Whatever you choose to do, a delicious brunch will be served for you at the poolside.
For your afternoon, we suggest a cultural outing to the Château de La Brède, one of Montesquieu’s most beautiful residences, where the writer and philosopher wrote The Spirit of the Laws.