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Seigneurie de Peyrat, Pezenas

(5/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • If you want to discover the wines of large areas and the unique architecture of these places, so worth the lordship of Peyrat just outside the town of Pézenas, in the Hérault. Following this review was useful? A few kilometres from Pézenas North you turn left onto the road of wind Alignan and enter the property by a small road that winds through their 170 hectares of vineyards. You then arrive at the charming 17th century castle. Entering through the castle to the arched door, we found ourselves in a large tree in the shade of the trees in the schoolyard. The tables and chairs were scattered around the yard and people were eating lunch. Visiting the liquor store we fell in conversation with Cécile Viennet, which manages the area. She told us a little of the fascinating history of Peyrat. It was a 'villa' at the time Gallo-Roman and known under the name of Montplaisir at the end of the middle ages. The current Castle was built in the 17th century and once visited by Louis XIV. In 1910, Gustave Fayet, owner of vineyards, artist and collector of paintings, bought Peyrat, and in the 1980s, his great-grandson Luc Viennet undertook the work of the vineyard. Since 2010, Cécile Viennet, and her husband, the fifth generation of the family succeeded Peyrat. Ms. Viennet was also kind enough to take us on a little visit from the field, including a visit to the small charming chapel decorated with sketches in black and white. We also visited him well-known wine cellar has been running since the middle ages. Of course, we had the chance to taste some of the wines and have bought several bottles of Lordship of Peyrat Chardonnay - sides of wine and a dark red wine Lordship of Peyrat - the Lucquiers 2012 take-out. Overall, it was a fascinating afternoon.
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  • Delicious! A personal tour of the grounds, a mandatory visit among the casks. Then a few hours under the trees, which released through just the right amount of autumn sun! Wine, cheeses, wine, knowledge, laughter, more wine, finger food, wine again. What a great vinprovarpicknick! Moderately difficult to find. A gem! Thanks to Cecile!
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  • We visited this Chateau following a recommendation and are we glad we took the recommendation. Cecille, our French host made us feel very welcome and the tour was very interesting. We were in the midd...  more »
  • Great wine and hospitality.
  • Traditional Winery with first-class offer at fair prices and super friendly staff. An absolute tip!
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