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“A small winery with friendly and knowledgeable guide and great tasting wine”
18 Jun 2018
“Lovely Chateau right in Margaux”
today owned by claire villars-lurton, chateau ferriere is one of the smallest vineyard of the 1855 Crus Classes (16 hectares) in margaux. we will be pleased to welcome you for a visit and wine tasting (12 € / per person) or just tasting (6...more
We booked the wine tour the day before with the help of a extremely helpful front desk in Hotel Mer & Golf City. The wine tour costs Euro12, which included tasting of 3 wines, 2 from the their own label, and one from their second...More
The chateau is beautiful and right in Margaux. In the tasting room they taste both chateau Ferriere and another property they own in Pailliac. Great wines and the guy serving us was friendly and knowledgeable.
Visited here with friends and really enjoyed this Château which makes wine to highest organic and biodynamic methods. Château is leading light in the drive to get away from herbicides and pesticides in winemaking.
The two young ladies working in the boutique (26/7) clearly believe that customers are an inconvenience to be endured. If you are selling wine for €69 a bottle, try smiling; making eye contact whilst speaking also helps.
Arrived wanting to buy wine but left without...More
We only popped in as we had stopped in Margaux town to visit a couple of wine shops and took the opportunity of a tasting at a chateau we didn't know.
6€ for tastings and we were offered the 2012 and, to compare, the 1996....More
We had a great tour and tasting led by the winemaker, Gerard. He was in the middle of bottling but was kind enough to take time out for us. The winery is right in the center of Margeaux and includes a beautiful chateau still used...More
Whilst touring the Medoc we stopped in Margaux to visit a chateau. The town wine bureau was helpful in indicating one that was both open over lunch time (an occupational hazard to avoid in France) and speaks English on the tours. We were happy to...More