New From La Réserve Paris: Grape Harvest in Bordeaux

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Chateau Cos d’Estournel

In the latest exciting news from La Réserve Paris: Guests can now experience a day-trip to the exceptional vineyards at the Chateau Cos d’Estournel. The luxury hotel’s owner, Michel Reybier, also owns this prestigious wine estate (it produces a famous Second Growth Grand Vin that was officially classified in 1855). La Réserve Paris recently launched this special offer-- which includes transportation by Mercedes private jet and helicopter to the Bordeaux vineyards.

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While there, guests can participate in the grape harvest, indulge in wine tastings and discussions with the winemakers, explore the cellar (designed by acclaimed architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte), and sit down to a multi-course lunch. Bref is a “full immersion experience” over a 12-hour period that takes place before guests head back to their sumptuous Paris digs on the Avenue Gabriel. (Read our first-hand report on the La Réserve Paris here.) This experience—not including the overnight accommodations—is priced from €21,852 for up to four guests.

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