Le Château

In the XVIth Century, the Château was property of King Henry IV of France, also known by the epithet  “Good King Henry”. 

In those days, the chateau would have withstood long sieges thanks to its thick and strongly built walls as well as its difficult access: entrance was solely assured by a bridge crossing the dry moat surrounding the castle.    

Ever since its construction and until the present day, the château has sustained a long tradition of uninterrupted winemaking: its hilly landscape has, throughout the centuries, always hosted vines and its owners forever produced wine.