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into the heart of the vineyards

Only one thing was missing. In the heart of the grounds with their hundred-year-old trees, the 18-meter swimming pool is entirely at ease in a beautifully secluded spot, to be enjoyed by guests at this country house embracing the vineyards of Saint-Estèphe, a name that sparks a quiver of emotion among connoisseurs of fine wines. The shimmering reflections of the water might even lead the imagination to conjure up images of legendary movie scenes from The Swimming Pool starring Romy Schneider.

Route de Poumeys « Leyssac » 33180 Saint-Estèphe. France
T+33 (0)5 56 59 30 25 - reservations@lamaison-estournel.com

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