The geographical area of the “Beaujolais” extends along the eastern edge of the Massif Central between the Saône river to the east and the Beaujolais mountains to the west. Located in the Rhône and Saône-et-Loire departments, it is the southern extension of wine-growing Burgundy. The vineyard begins beyond the town of Mâcon and extends over …More
Château de Corcelles (Charolles) is a castle which stands on the former commune of Saint-Symphorien-lès-Charolles attached in 1896 to the commune of Charolles in the department of Saône-et-Loire, in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region.
The Château, built during the 15th century and now listed as a historical monument, with its magnificent park and outdoor areas that bear witness …More
Château des Jacques is a wine producer located in Moulin-à-Vent, in the north of the Beaujolais region, one hour by car from Lyon.
Château de Jacques is a historic property, with an established pedigree in quality winemaking. The cellars were constructed at the end of the 16th century, although the present Château was not constructed until …More
Goulaine castle (fr. Château de Goulaine). Built on the steps of Brittany, this castle once separated the Duchy of Brittany from the Kingdom of France. Located 10 minutes by car from Nantes.
The myth has it that the castle has been the residence of the Goulaine family for over a thousand years. However, in 1788 the …More
Coing castle (fr. Château du Coing) is located in the town of Saint-Fiacre-sur-Maine, in the Loire-Atlantique department, France, about 30 minutes by car from Nantes.
The Château du Coing, dating from the 18th/19th century, is characterized by an architecture from different eras, the outbuildings of which are pure Italianate Clisson style due to the influence of …More
Valmagne Abbey (fr. Abbaye de Valmagne) is a former Benedictine monastery located near Villeveyrac, Hérault, in south-central France. It is a designated historic monument. The abbey of Valmagne is one of the most beautiful Cistercian abbeys in France but also one of the oldest vineyards in Languedoc.
Valmagne Abbey was founded in 1138 by Raymond Trencavel, …More
Laballe castle (fr. Château de Laballe) – the vineyard is situated on a unique, rare, and non extensive land called Sables Fauves (tawny sands), near Eauze – capital of Armagnac. These soils are well known for producing Armagnac because they are the land of choice of the Bas-Armagnac region, but the Laballe estate was the …More
Cabezac castle (fr. Château de Cabezac) vineyards are located in the municipalities of Bize Minervois, Agel and Ginestas.
A castle rooted in the history of France at the crossroads of tourist roads to Narbonne, Montpellier, Beziers and Carcassonne.
Château Cabezac has built a reputation as a producer of wines of excellent quality. The vines are classified under …More
Jonquières castle (fr. Château de Jonquières) – one of the oldest family wine estates in the Languedoc. The Château de Jonquières is a 17th century building listed as a historical monument.
The facades and roofs, including the galleries, the staircase, the terrace, the carved arched door in the park have been the subject of an …More
Cassan Abbey (fr. Château-abbaye de Cassan) is an 18th-century building in France, classified as a historical monument. It is located in Roujan commune, Hérault département, Occitanie, near Montpellier.
The Augustinian priory was founded in 1080, on land donated by the Alquier noble family of Béziers A new church was consecrated on 6 October 1115.
The vineyard of …More