The chef's chateau

Petkanas, Christopher; Begley, Laura
February 1998
Travel & Leisure;Feb98, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p46
Features Chateau Gautoul in Bordeaux, France managed by chef Alain Senderens. Furnishings; Food costs; Contact information.


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