Our Vineyards

12 hectares across Chasselas and Leynes

The Château Estate comprises 12 hectares of vines located in both the Burgundy and Beaujolais wine regions. Chardonnay grapes produce the celebrated Pouilly-Fuissé and Saint-Véran wines as well as the Crémant de Bourgogne sparkling wine. The Gamay grape variety is the basis for Mâcon red wines, Beaujolais-Villages reds, Rosé wines and our famous Rose Eternelle – a sparkling rosé that’s full of surprises!

Chasselas in times past

In Roman times, Chasselas was a stop-over on the road from Lutèce (Paris) to Ludgunum (Lyons). The village also gave its name to a well-known variety of grape. The Lords of Chasselas began the construction of the Château in 1325. Over the course of time, it changed hands more than 12 times. It lay derelict for a considerable time until it was brought back from the brink in the 1970s, with the speed of progress having gathered pace since 1999 (under the current owners).

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