The Wellbeing of the Body the Serenity of the Soul at “Les Sources de Caudalie”

Wine therapy, or Vinotherapie, is a summons to battle against the aging of the skin while you enjoy the relaxing installations found in the heart of the Château Smith Haut-Lafitte vineyards, very near Bordeaux.

Les Sources de Caudalie is an elegant hotel located at the edge of a small lake. Its salons are decorated with rustic beams and the cozy, elegant rooms, in typical buildings of the area, preserve the charm of the countryside. Its two restaurants serve regional cuisine accompanied by the best wines, especially the house wine.

The elegant wine therapy building is situated at the edge of the swimming pool and on the side of the small golf course. Its treatments are based on polyphenols extracted from grape seeds and other residue which fight against the aging of the skin. The treatments are red wine or grape decantation baths, concluding with a honey and wine wrap (an application of warm grape yeast, honey and essential biological oils) followed by a four hand massage with grape seed oil and facial treatments. During their stay, guests enjoy the indoor or outdoor swimming pool and the nutritional and well-balanced meals planned for each.



 They also feature Jacuzzi baths with red wine extracts and essential oils, wraps with clay prepared with grape residue and various types of massages with biological oils. Caudalie has created, for the face and body, a varied selection of creams intended to slow the aging process. Les Sources de Caudalie is a hymn to wellbeing, a place where guests will enjoy the landscape as well as the pleasing gourmet kitchen, which offers the best wines of Bordeaux and the region. It is an exceptional place hidden in the countryside, a dream come true.   



Les Sources de Caudalie

Chemin de Smit Haut, Lafitte, 33650 Bordeaux-Martillac, Francia

T 33 (0) 5 57 83 83 83

F 33 (0) 5 57 83 83 84

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Text: Patrick Monney ± Photo: Patrick Monney.