We ate lunch at Château Cordeillian-Bages right before our Château Mouton Rothschild tour. It was an incredibly hot July day so we decided not to take our aperitifs on the patio, which looked so peaceful and visually beautiful. The meal itself presented so many beautiful sights, starting with our first amuse bouches, which were served on a dried section of grape vine which included edible leaves. I ordered a three-course lunch, with wine pairings, which was specifically created for those who have a short (2-hour) window in which to eat due to upcoming tastings. The menu itself was ~110 Euro, with pairings, and the restaurant provides an additional 7 amuse bouches, sorbet palate cleaner, pre-dessert, and post-dessert. All were beautiful, delicious, inventive. One of the favorite meals on our trip!
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