Did you by any chance mean châteaus?
- n. Plural form of chateau.
“He said that he had just read an article about a realtor that specialized in Czech chateaus and that they were going for a good price.”
“Russian businessmen, now regulars at Davos, own American steel mills, African gold mines, French chateaus, and British sports teams.”
“For years, labels were dominated by inanimate objects, like chateaus in France, and gobs of text.”
“Suddenly, the majesty of the Alps and the chateaus on the Loire faded to gray behind your baby blue eyes and the halo of your golden curls.”
“But allow me to propose a spin-off, in which the British-born textile maven and author would walk us through the grand European manors and chateaus she's frequented.”
“I was in Prague within two months and went with this realtor to see four chateaus within an hour's driving proximity of Prague.”
“All the chateaus I looked at were interesting for various reasons but there was only one that had structures and land available that could be used to house sets.”
“The Bordeaux Region has more than 5,000 wine chateaus open to the public and more than 1000 restaurants.”
“Taking a guided cycling tour through Bordeaux's wine region is a fantastic way to get a true feeling for the area and visit some of the most prestigious wine chateaus like Petrus, Grand Barrial, Figeac and Canon.www. bordeaux-tourisme.com”
“A simple class or instruction can help you not be taken by Parker or other biased critics or those chateaus who spend millions influencing those who try to steer you in their direction, Once you are slightly educated about wine the joke is on them.”
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