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Now a listed Historical Monument and UNESCO World Heritage site, the CORDELIERS cloister is one of Saint-Emilion's most popular tourist attractions. This perfectly preserved example of late Romanesque architecture is one of the medieval village's...more
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2 bis Rue de la Porte-Brunet, 33330 Saint-Emilion, France
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Cloitre des Cordeliers (Cloister where friends meet) is just up from the center of St Emilion (a beautiful medieval city) and is the ideal spot for celebrations - so grab a bottle of Blanc Brut les Cordeliers, order some hors d'oeuvre's, and make yourself at...More
This is an interesting spot with nice gift shop and bar. The architecture is worth a look and enjoy the peaceful garden inside. It's right along a walking route into town so it makes an easy and quick stop.
What an interesting place...full of history. Been making excellent sparkling wine there since 1800's. The temperature in underground cellar/storage is 10C lower than outside. Its amazing that the space was originally excavated to get the large blocks of stone to construct a lot of the...More
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The cloisters are mostly in ruins and are under reconstruction. That said the place has a certain charm. It is the sales outlet for a company making sparkling Bordeaux wine. They are commercially focused, and having to enter and exit through the gift shop is...More
We visited the Cloisters while it was under construction and were unable to see the majority of the property. I’m surprised they decided to undergo construction in the middle of tourist season, but that was the case. I would skip this if you plan on...More