Chateau Maison Noble Saint Martin

Chateau Maison Noble Saint Martin

Step into the history of a 15th century chateau

Product ID: 12918
Description

The History of Chateau Maison Noble dates as far back as 1345. Until the 15th century it was a feudal castle surrounded by vineyards. Having nearly been destroyed during the French Revolution, the castle was completely restored in the late 19th century and, up to the present day, its nobility and beauty have been revived. From the windows of the castle you will create memories which last a lifetime as you relax with a glass of wine and enjoy the magnificent views over the luscious valley surrounded by the river.
 
The Chateau, perfectly located in the heart of the prestigious vineyards of Bordole and Apelyasen Entre Deux Mers, gives the richness and the authenticity of taste to all wines. The influence of the rivers of Dordogne and Garonne gives the subtlety to the main bouquet of wine. The vineyard extends to up to 75 hectares and grow on soils rich in minerals. It gives the wine diversity of taste and flavour inherent to the noble wines of France. The best soils for grapes are exceptionally poor soils: light pebble and lack of organic fertilisers. It is believed that the vine has to fight to reach its perfection, but the ones which...

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The History of Chateau Maison Noble dates as far back as 1345. Until the 15th century it was a feudal castle surrounded by vineyards. Having nearly been destroyed during the French Revolution, the castle was completely restored in the late 19th century and, up to the present day, its nobility and beauty have been revived. From the windows of the castle you will create memories which last a lifetime as you relax with a glass of wine and enjoy the magnificent views over the luscious valley surrounded by the river.
 
The Chateau, perfectly located in the heart of the prestigious vineyards of Bordole and Apelyasen Entre Deux Mers, gives the richness and the authenticity of taste to all wines. The influence of the rivers of Dordogne and Garonne gives the subtlety to the main bouquet of wine. The vineyard extends to up to 75 hectares and grow on soils rich in minerals. It gives the wine diversity of taste and flavour inherent to the noble wines of France. The best soils for grapes are exceptionally poor soils: light pebble and lack of organic fertilisers. It is believed that the vine has to fight to reach its perfection, but the ones which succeed create the best wines ever. In the vineyard the following sorts of grapes are grown: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc for reds and rosés and Muscadet, Sauvignon and Semillon for white. These grapes give Chateau Maison Noble's wines their beautiful colour, the delicate aroma and flavour filled with tannins.
 
For hundreds of years Bordeaux has been considered as a benchmark of quality, prestige and taste. Chateau Maison Noble offers individual and group visits, tours and wine tasting. Their award-winning wines are the undisputed leaders in various competitions and contests. Moreover, the Chateau also offers great accommodation services; to find out more please click: Veranda du Chateau Maison Noble.

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Seasonal Activity

Open all year round.

Languages
French, English, Spanish, Russian, Romanian
Opening Hours
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
The meeting point

1, Maison Noble, Saint Martin du Puy, 33540, France

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Highlights
  • Wine tastings
  • Wine tours
  • Century-old winery
  • Accommodation
Nearby
  • Castles
  • Wineries
  • Museums
  • Beach
  • Golf course
  • Tennis court
  • Bicycle hire
Grape varieties

Reds and Rosés:

  • Merlot
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Cabernet Franc

 

White:

  • Muscadet
  • Sauvignon
  • Semillon

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Payment Policy

  • Prepayment - 50% within 10 days after confirmation of booking
  • Final payment - not later than 30 days before the arrival. 

Cancellations below shows the percentage of the amount that will not be returned and the time before the arrival, which affects the amount returned by the low season:

  • 50% - if you cancel within 5-6 weeks prior to arrival
  • 70% - when cancelling the reservation 4 weeks before the arrival
  • 90% - if you cancel your booking for 2-3 weeks before the arrival
  • 100% - if you cancel your reservation less than 2 weeks before the arrival.

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