Margaux, Listrac and Moulis
By Jane Anson
This Guide was last updated on 20 March 2010
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Address: 15 Rue du Château d'Agassac,
Tel: 05 57 88 15 47
Geo-coordinates: Latitude: 44:58:12N (44.97013) Longitude: -0:36:41W (-0.61143)
This is one of the oldest and most beautiful Médoc properties. A 13th century château, which is pretty rare in this part of the world, and an excellent welcome for visitors, with a consistenly innovative approach, whether through iPod tours for adults and children (the junior version includes a treasure hunt and rescuing a princess from the castle), or through hosting music concerts and open-air cinema evenings in summer. Wine and chocolate tastings also available, plus a few other interesting options that change regularly (see their website). The château building itself has the requisite towers and spires to make it a fairytale building, and there are two separate walled vineyards that total almost 40 hectares.
Useful information: Visits and tasting without appointment every day in July and August. In May and September, Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30-18.30 by appointment. The rest of the year by appointment Monday to Friday Self-guided iPod tours €5 for adults, €2 for children. These are available without appointment throughout the year. ‘Discovery visit’ with guide lasts one hour 30 minutes €7, students €5 and free for children up to 12. Picnics available from a local caterer.
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