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Chateau Rochebelle

Faniest BP73, 33330 Saint-Emilion, France
+33 5 57 51 30 71
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Very interesting

During the train tour around the Saint Emilion, I stopped with my wife to do a visit tour in this... read more

Reviewed July 8, 2017
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
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Lovely Chateaux

As part of the little tourist train for a few Euros more you get to visit this small, proudly... read more

Reviewed May 29, 2017
Will W
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Faniest BP73, 33330 Saint-Emilion, France
+33 5 57 51 30 71
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Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

During the train tour around the Saint Emilion, I stopped with my wife to do a visit tour in this chateau and take a sip of wine. The tour showed the rock cave like a pyramid interior with the oak barrels and lazying bottles. The...More

Thank rodgama
Reviewed May 29, 2017 via mobile

As part of the little tourist train for a few Euros more you get to visit this small, proudly French, Chateaux. Very friendly, impressive cellars, lovely wine. Definitely recommended.

Thank Will W
Reviewed April 16, 2017

With only 3 acres (Hectares) of vines, this small family run vineyard produces an excellent wine and was promoted in 2012 to Grand Cru Classé for their effort. It was my 2nd visit in April 2017 (1st by train and 2nd by car) and as...More

Thank ChrisBiz1
Reviewed September 27, 2016

Went as part of the tourist train. The train itself was fine and we got to see plenty scenery and chateau in the area. The chateau tour guide was almost rsentful of nonFrench speakers. We speak a little french and it was clear the french...More

Thank carly999
Reviewed September 26, 2016 via mobile

Unfortunately the attitude of the gentleman who guided us around the chateau and caves wasn't great and kept addressing us as 'English people' which, yes we are, but this was unnecessary and became a little rude after several times. There were also references to England...More

Thank BillyNottingham
Reviewed September 9, 2015 via mobile

For just a couple more euros each we added the wine tasting ticket to our train tour around the cities vineyards. chateau rochebelle is the only wine tasting stop the train makes and it is well worth it because you get to see a small...More

Thank Helen C
Reviewed June 21, 2015

On a hot day, we went with friends on the little train, which afforded breathtaking views of the country side around Saint Emilion. The commentary was a bit loud and seemed like advertisements for the various chateaux that we passed, but nevertheless it was enjoyable....More

Thank scotinfrance
Reviewed May 9, 2015

We went and visited M.Fainest wine cellar for our friend's hen do and... what an experience. We meet really nice and helpful people (we are not from Bordeaux) such as M.Fainest in person who he took time to show us around and to answer all...More

Thank alison592014
Reviewed May 8, 2015 via mobile

Got there early in the morning & given a personal guided tour by owner. The wine cellar is impressive, an old stone quarry but ideal place for storing wine. Taught how to properly taste wine. Very good wine deserving the Grand Cru Classe status. Oh...More

Thank Arnaud N
Reviewed August 22, 2014 via mobile

We visited as part of the petit train activity. The visit to the wine cellar was okay and the guide coped well with 12-15 people in a mix of French and English. Wine tasting was fine and no pressure to buy but would have been...More

Thank Stephen C
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