Château de Vaux

Château de Vaux

Owned by the De Vermont family for 5 generations, magnificent 12th century vaulted cellars await your visit to the ground floor of Château de Vaux, in the heart of the village of Clochemerle, next to the church, the epicentre of the novel by Gabriel Chevallier and very near to the famous “pissotière” (urinal).

Domaine du Mont Verrier

On the heights of Saint-Julien, Domaine du Mont Verrier spreads over nearly 10 ha. There you will find a cosy setting in a magnificent 17h century residence where you can enjoy complete rest and relaxation, making the most of the beautiful countryside and tasting our wines. We also may offer you a dinner’hosts with seasonal products from our domain, upon reservation.

Maison Després (Domaine du Bois de la Bosse)

Venez découvrir le domaine du Bois de la Bosse propriété de la famille Després. Ce domaine se situe en plein cœur du Beaujolais où vous pourrez découvrir une vue panoramique sur une partie du vignoble. Depuis 5 générations, elle élabore des vins de garde de qualité et de tradition

Château de Blaceret-Roy

Since 1684 (11th generation of vinegrower-winemakers), the wide diversity of terroirs at Château de Blaceret-Roy allows us to produce a full range of wines within their appellations. Each year brings its originality and personality, making the reputation of the Château wines, the grapes for which come from over century-old vines. The wines are vinified, matured and bottled by Thierry Canard at the Château.

Domaine de Bénévent

An estate in the heart of the Beaujolais region where history finds its echo. Captain de Bénévent bequeathed a rare and precious heritage to us. It is made up of Pierres Dorées (golden stone), arrow slits, vaulted rooms and columns, making it a unique and authentic place to visit. Come and discover our wines and stay in one of our 3 B&B rooms (sleep 7) and our self-catering cottage (sleeps 6).

Domaine de la Grange des Maures

Come and discover our fully restored 18th century estate, set in the heart of Pierres Dorées (golden stone) Beaujolais. Features include an inner courtyard, sculptures and a bread oven.

Château de Vaurenard

Château de Vaurenard has been a family estate since 1672 with 25 ha of vines in the heart of the Beaujolais region. Ghislain de Longevialle, a vinegrower-winemaker who respects tradition, makes giving his wines a strong identity expressing the estate’s terroirs his priority. These are authentic wines that bring together red fruit aromas, floral notes and spicy flavours. The specificity of the estate is that it produces true wines to cellar, matured in oak tuns.

Domaine des Averlys

In the tasting cellar of Domaine des Averlys, a welcome that is as warm as the wines you will taste there awaits you. The light and stone in the cellar under the vaults harmonise to highlight the wine’s finesse ; Etienne will tell you of the estate, its production, the work through the seasons and answer your questions.

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