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The Médoc region of Bordeaux produces some of the best known and most expensive wines in the world, and the hotel choices in the area seem priced to match. Unless you’re a professional in the wine industry, or on a luxury tour of the area with a first-class tour operator, it’s hard to get into the wineries and to find decent lodging options in the area without having to return to the city of Bordeaux each day. Or there is the option of paying an arm and a leg to stay in one of the shabbily maintained hotels in a riverside town along the Médoc wine route: the D2. If you are willing to venture a little farther afield (and into the wilds of the Médoc’s interior), you will find the delightful V en Vertheuil Inn, with just three large, modern, well-appointed rooms, and a price tag that comes in at under $80 a night, including breakfast.

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If you are a novice in the world of wine and wish to further your knowledge by immersing yourself in an acclaimed wine region and learn about viticulture the experiential way, the fabulous Bordeaux region in southwestern France may be the perfect destination. A variety of affordable and enriching courses and excursions to prestigious wine estates in the area are readily available, and the charming and picturesque city of Bordeaux, perfectly located in the heart of this wine region, offers countless additional attractions

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