Since the first Duke of Épernon in the 17th centuries, the men of Beychevelle have always ruled their land nobly and brought glory to the château.This desire to beautify the château and its surroundings remained a tradition for subsequent owners. To such an extent that Robert Parker declared, « Beychevelle’s wines can be as beautiful as its magnificent gardens » (Robert Parker, 1990). Beychevelle has always been a home to the arts and gradually came to be known as the Versailles of Bordeaux
Online Tasting Experience
15 May 2020 - 3 pm HK Time
Taste in real-time with our wine advisors. Five 100ml tubes. Designed for two people.
The sleepy villages of Pauillac, Margaux and Saint Estèphe may not look like much to an outsider passing by, but the work that’s taking place in the surrounding vineyards and behind the stone walls of the châteaux is unleashing the full-bodied beauty of Cabernet Sauvignon.
What you'll learn:
Winemaking history of Médoc and Graves
Terroir and grape varieties of Bordeaux's Left Bank
Wine blending styles and Cabernet Sauvignon
Organic and sustainable winemaking in Bordeaux
La Table de Beychevelle - Versailles of the Médoc
Three centuries of history with refined elegance, embodying French hospitality and the French “Art of Living”.
La Table de Beychevelle was completely redecorated and modernized by interior designer Jacqueline Nau-Royer, who has successfully preserved its 300 year-old character, with 11 rooms and 2 suites. A true family house that make guests feel like home away from home.
WineTasting Workshops /Tours
1 hour 15 minutes
Experience the château’s three centuries of history with a guided tour of the new winery whose design in homage to the Duke of Epernon was inspired by the world of sailing boats. The delicacy of its classical architecture and the beauty of its French-style gardens make it one of the jewels of the Médoc.
Visit the heart of the Château with a tour
of the winery and cellars, and sample its wines with a guided tasting of two wines.