16th Century Winery, Château de la Terrière, in Charming Beaujolais
Château de la Terrière is located in the heart of the region of Beaujolais, facing Mount Brouilly. The history of this estate dates back to the 16th century. Château de la Terrière has gone through a lot of rennovations in the vineyards and in the cellar since 2003 when the estate has been taken over by the Barbet Family. Gregory Barbet is currently running the winery with Ludovic Dupeuble, vineyard and cellar manager, and winemaker, Yoan Pitoiset. The aim of the team at Château de la Terrière is to offer the wines that fully express their quality. The 26 hectares of vineyards have on average 50 year old vines. The estate produces Beaujolais-Villages, Brouilly, Regnié, Moulin à Vent and since 2013, some Pinot Noir from Les Pierres Dorées area.
Appellation Range and Sustainable Methods
The appellations of Château de la Terrière include 12 hectares in one single plot of Cru Brouilly AOP, 5 hectares in Cru Régnié AOP located on the areas called “Sibérie” and “La Tour Bourdon,”, 3 hectares in Cru Moulin-à-Vent AOP and 6 hectares of Bourgogne Pinot Noir AOP. This winery follows reasonable farming and winemaking methods. Château de la Terrière works the soil with machines with minimal intervention. Every step of the winemaking process at Château de la Terrière is precise and accurate, enhancing the terroir expression.
Come to Taste Exceptional Wines
Plan a visit to Château de la Terrière to experience some incredible Beaujolais wines. Vibrant, floral, peony, violet aromas, and oriental sweetness are some of the typical tasting aromas of their wines. Beautiful textures, full of candied fruits will delight the senses and entice the palate to enjoy another glass. We enourage to book your visit in advance to ensure an excellent wine tasting experience.