Château de Perdiguier and the King Charles V Connection
Château de Perdiguier is located in the Languedoc Region, north of Beziers. The estate was named after Jean Perdiguier, a treasurer to the King Charles V of France, who awarded him the property in the year 1375. The winery is now considered a historical monument, and the estate belongs to the Ferraci Family. Today the diversification of the winery production covers an area of 700 hectares.
Grape Varieties and Ecological Vinification
The winery produces seven different wines from the varieties of Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Grenache grown on the hillsides of clay-limestone. Further, also Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Cabernet Sauvignon grow on the stony terraces. Minimal vineyard intervention ensures traceability and the quality of all of the wines at Château de Perdiguier. Château de Perdiguier partakes in entirely environmentally friendly winemaking practices and utilizes agroforestry to diversify their land.
Don’t Miss the Chance to Visit Château de Perdiguier
Visiting Chateau de Perdiguier offers a unique wine tasting experience. The history of the property as well as information about the wine production will ensure a well rounded visit. The winery is open from Monday to Friday to taste or purchase wines, the winery will ship directly to you as well.