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Enjoyed our wander around the ageing barrels in the cave. Loved the generous tastings too. The gentleman was very informative and the bottles reasonably priced. They made them back to England in the case in one piece too. This place is actually in Saint Emilion.
I just finished two weeks of winery tours across all parts of France. This group was unprepared for our scheduled appointment. There was no one in the office to greet us. We had to call and call before talking with management. They opened a dungeon...More
Stopped at Saint-Emilion on route from Bordeaux to the Dordogne,the town itself is a lovely place to wander round & offers some great views of the surrounding wine country. Plenty of little gems like the Maison Galhaud to wander round & no end of retailers...More
We came upon this place first. Not sure what to expect or where to go and we were pleasantly surprised. Got to go through tunnels, see some cellars, cute back garden. No sales pressure. Pleasant fellow answered our questions, and suggested a few wines for...More
Very interesting to walk in the underground cellar and the staff was very informative about the wines. Loved a couple of the Grand Cru vintages after tasting and bought a couple bottles. Highly recommend the 2009.
This wine cellar is located almost in the centre of St Emilion and visit of the cellar is free of charge. The cellar is huge, but not so romantic like neighborhood Clos des Menuts, which we can recommend more.
We were apprehensive about visiting vineyards or a cave du vin on our own. Luckily, Maison Galhaud offered a free wander in their cool, dark cellars. This allowed us to experience the atmosphere without having to endure free tastings and then feeling obliged to make...More