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Attractive rooms and features


While the new cellars were built amidst the vines so as not to “disturb” the Marshall’s Chartreuse, they can nevertheless be easily observed from the great salon in which the library and furnishings have been carefully designed to make you feel completely at home.

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Athos
Porthos
Aramis
D'Artagnan
Richelieu

Attractive rooms and features


Bathed in sunshine when the vines are flowering, when the bunches are forming and the grapes are being picked, the 18th century château has an intimate feel about it. It offers 5 bedrooms designed with tasteful décor and carrying evocative names: Athos, Porthos, Aramis, D'Artagnan, Richelieu.

The house also accommodates the offices and the administrative department of the estate, while in the kitchen, where breakfast can be served, the vine workers and cellar crews come to have their lunchtime snack and enjoy a friendly chat.

The garden, enclosed within a stone wall, is planted with species of trees and flowers native to our regions as well as to more distant lands. The pale façade of the château and the heat radiated by the lavender bushes invite guests to take a well-earned dip in the pool, after a day spent walking across the sun-drenched slopes of our vineyards.

The breakfast table is a sight for sore eyes and a joy for the senses. Dinner can be prepared for you on request; a vine-grower friend will be delighted to grill food for you in the garden.
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