The Family History of Château Grézan
Château Grézan is a geographical and cultural site, its history traces back to Roman times. In 1989, Jean-Louis took over the operation of Grézan vineyards. Today, that small plot that was one his grandmother’s covers 100 hectares of land. This winery is in the hands of the 5th generation of Cros-Pujol, Fabien Pujol and his sister France. Some of the finest beach resorts in France serve the Château Grézan’s wines. It is the only castle listed as an inventory of French Historical Monuments. Château Grézan is one of the jewels of wine producing castles in Béziers.
The Great Terroir of Château Grézan
The Château Grézan vineyard is nestled on the slopes of the Larzac plateau, protecting the vineyard from the influences of the north wind. The poor soil acts as a natural regulator and promotes a slow and progressive maturation. It is beneficial for the maturation of the berries. These berries impart a unique aromatic profile and a feeling of freshness into the wines. The soil is famous for its ability to retain water and to store the heat of the day, making it possible for the grapes to ripen at night. The Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes grow on white clay and limestone that can be found around the castle, producing wines with great aromas, freshness and finesse.
Plan a Visit to Château Grézan
Château Grézan gladly welcomes all visitors. Enjoy a relaxing wine tasting with a view on the surrounding vineyards. Make sure to book an appointment before your visit.