World-Class Hospitality at Château Haut-Bailly
Whether you are on quest for tranquillity or indulgence, looking to gain an insider’s understanding of the world of fine winemaking or to immerse yourself in the glorious countryside of Bordeaux's renowned Graves region, you are certain to find what you are seeking at Haut-Bailly and its neighboring Château Le Pape.
Home to many artists and painters over the past two centuries, Château Le Pape’s natural beauty continues to prove a source of inspiration for all who visit. Guests will appreciate the serenity and comfort of the historic château and gardens, the shaded terrace and the heated outdoor swimming pool, set in the heart of the vineyard overlooking the vines.
The Private Table of Château Haut-Bailly has become a landmark for those in search of the finest pairings of wines with gourmet cuisine. The seasonal menus are created using regional products sourced from local markets and are paired with the wines of Château Haut-Bailly. The intimacy of the setting, the friendly attentiveness of the staff, and the fine cuisine of chef Jean-Charles Poinsot make for bespoke occasions unlike any other. The French art de vivre is alive and well at Haut-Bailly.
Château Haut-Bailly takes pleasure and pride in extending the warmest of welcomes to all its visitors. Since 1998, major investments have made it possible to offer hospitality and facilities in keeping with the quality and elegance of its wines. Guests are invited to discover the artisanal craft of winemaking, relax and enjoy the views over the vineyard, and indulge in the pleasures of fine French dining. The 19th-century château and its reception hall provide a warm, intimate setting for all manner of special events: tours and tastings, large-scale receptions, and working seminars.