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Welcome to this exceptional property in France—a magnificent restored 17th-century castle encompassing approximately 2,000 sqm. of living space, brimming with history and surrounded by its own walled park. The castle’s chapel, adorned with captivating historical frescoes dating back to the 17th century, has been classified as a Historic Monument since 1983, adding to the allure of this remarkable estate.
Sprawled across 170 hectares of freehold land, this property boasts 6 hectares of flourishing olive groves and 85 hectares of vineyards situated in the esteemed Côtes de Thongue PGI zone. Currently operating under integrated viticulture, the estate is actively exploring the transition to HVE (High Environmental Value) certification, further exemplifying its commitment to sustainable practices.
Nestled within the estate, the winery, reception rooms, and offices form a captivating historic central courtyard in harmony with the grandeur of the château. Additionally, five sheds located on either side of the entrance gate now serve as convenient storage facilities.
The wine-making cellar, a traditional Languedoc cellar partially buried to maintain cool temperatures during the summer, is fully equipped and operational, ensuring optimal conditions for crafting exceptional wines. The estate proudly presents a range of nine cuvées, including five reds, two rosés, and two whites, all meticulously vinified and matured on-site at the Domaine.
The wines produced on this estate have gained recognition both in France and abroad, with a well-established network of customers spanning across the globe. Visitors are warmly welcomed into a sublime wine cellar boasting a magnificent period calade (paved courtyard) and a central rose window, creating an enchanting ambiance for wine tastings and memorable experiences.
Embrace the opportunity to own this extraordinary property, where history, viticulture, and natural beauty converge to create an unforgettable lifestyle immersed in the art of winemaking and the allure of the French countryside.