Montagne Saint-Émilion, a picturesque and enchanting wine-growing village, is nestled in the heart of France's esteemed Bordeaux region. Renowned for its world-class vineyards and wines, specifically those produced under the prestigious Montagne-Saint-Émilion appellation, the village is part of the larger Saint-Émilion wine region, which enjoys a coveted spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its cultural landscape of vineyards, historic villages, and exceptional wines.
Ideally situated between Bordeaux and Bergerac, Clos de la Barbanne is only 5 kilometers (3 miles) away from the popular historic village of Saint-Émilion. The renowned wine appellations of Pomerol and Fronsac are also only a short drive away. Bordeaux, the region's major city is enjoyed by many for its architecture, art, and culture, is approximately 40 kilometers (25 miles) away and can be reached by car in under an hour.
Traveling to Bordeaux from Paris is a breeze, with flight times of around 1 hour and 15 minutes and frequent departures from both Paris airports (Orly and Charles de Gaulle) to Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport. Alternatively, high-speed train connections (TGV) between Paris and Bordeaux offer a swift travel time of just under 3 hours.
World-renowned wines & vineyards
Abundant hiking and cycling trails
Historic monuments and caves
18-hole golf course designed by Tom Doak
World-class, Michelin-rated restaurants
Haute couture & high-end retail
Specialty wine stores
Hot air ballooning
Concerts, opera, & theater
Museums and art galleries
Fly fishing on the Dordogne River
Here is a selection of what the area has to offer:
Beaches of Arcachon & Cap Ferret
The always-current list of arrivals and departures into/from Bordeaux airport can be found here. But our most popular destinations are