The Château was a stopping point for Chemin de Compostelle pilgrims.
The Château was originally a farm and country house with a winery and burner for brandy production.
The mansion gave way to an elegant Château in 1792 with agricultural buildings and a large garden where the first wines were produced.
The vineyards grew considerably. Many plots were acquired from the Vigneau Farm and replanted.
The wine exploitation had lower investments, and the phylloxera crisis devastated the vineyard.
The Château was bought in 1997 by a group of British investors.
The Château’s revival started when it was sold to Jack Ma in 2015, creating a unique project.