Bordeaux, France

Known as one of the world's premier wine regions, Bordeaux is a place to unwind and authentically experience the local culture. Stay with Inspirato at Maison Pierre—a palatial country estate nestled on 8.5 acres of land and boasting a separate guest cottage and saltwater pool overlooking the rolling hills of the countryside.

Nestled in the village square of Villefranche-de-Lonchat lies the spacious Emilion townhouse with a private heated pool and plenty of outdoor space for entertaining.

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Centuries of Tradition in France’s Signature Wine Region

Known as one the world's premier wine regions, Bordeaux welcomes oenophiles and romantics alike. Glorious vineyards burst in the deep reds of merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and cabernet franc, just a short distance from your classic French villa near the town of Saint-Émilion. Bordeaux is a place to unwind and get swept up in an authentic experience of local culture. After all, this region—steeped in centuries of history—is where the French themselves vacation. Enjoy white linen table service, sip wine beside a private garden, bicycle through the vineyards, spend a night at the theater, or wander around cobblestone streets and alleyways.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Bordeaux Airport (BOD)
  • Average temperature
    80°F in summer; 50°F in winter
  • Currency
  • Time zone
    6 hours ahead of NYC
  • Language

Destination Highlights

  • Pyla Dune

    Outside of Bordeaux, enjoy a guided tour of Pyla Dune—the largest sand dune in Europe. Trek to the top to see expansive views of the Arcachon Bay, Atlantic Ocean, and thick woods of the Landes forest.

  • Médoc and Saint Emilion

    Saint-Émilion is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Be sure to sample merlot and cabernet franc, which the region is renowned for. Médoc wines are bolder, blended with cabernet sauvignon.

  • Monolithic Church

    Rising dramatically in the center of town and carved out of solid rock, the Saint-Émilion Monolithic Church is Europe’s largest monolithic cathedral. Tour the massive structure and learn how its architecture was inspired by Benedictine monks.



  • Forecasting Your Bordeaux Vacation

    The Bordeaux region enjoys all four seasons. Summer is the best time to visit, where warm, sunny days with highs in the 70s give way to refreshingly breezy nights. September through June is the rainy season, although it never rains for very long. Late autumn is the rainiest overall. Winters aren’t too chilly, with temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Year-round, the region’s moderate climate makes it perfect for growing grapes.


Map of Bordeaux

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