Bordeaux offers profoundly pleasurable wines and chateaux staffed by friendly people. Here are our Wine Concierge's favorite discoveries from the region.
Picturesque vineyard-blanketed countryside and a world-class city at its heart: Bordeaux has plenty to offer, including these five recommended hotels.
Wine bars have distinct advantages over wineries. It's never necessary to take a tour, and you can compare wines from various producers side by side.
Hideaway Report members have access to private tours and tastings at first-growth chateaux. Here is a sample itinerary we recently went on in Bordeaux.
The Hideaway Report's team of editors travels far and wide, uncovering the most distinctive hotels in the world. Here are their top 20 hideaway hotels.
A number of excellent bistros that have opened in Bordeaux recently due to the fact that young chefs are attracted to the city.
My favorite country escape from Bordeaux remains Les Sources de Caudalie, located on the Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte wine estate 20 minutes south of the city.
Despite its status as one of the world's great wine capitals, wine bars have only recently become popular in Bordeaux, France.
For a city that hosts a regular stream of international wine buyers and brokers, Bordeaux has long had a curiously undistinguished roster of hotels.
For oenophiles, there is nothing better than a weekend dedicated to wine. These six food and wine hotels offer something for everyone.
Our editor travels to France, where he evaluates properties in Bordeaux, a place of ancient towns and timeless serenity. He also discovers a hotel in Myanmar.
Sometimes political change opens up an entirely new area of the world for travel. As is the case in with Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy.
Here, on Bordeaux’s Right Bank in Saint-Emilion, welcoming wineries produce exquisite reds that stand toe-to-toe with the best wines in the world.
A venture from wine magnate Bernard Magrez and chef Joël Robuchon, La Grande Maison, debuted in December.
From classic European cities to unspoiled Himalayan refuges, Andrew Harper lists his picks for where you should travel in 2015.
We arrived in the graceful, relaxed city of Bordeaux at the end of our French tour feeling happy but exhausted from a week of heavy-duty sightseeing. As wine lo