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    Tours & Wine tasting

    OPENING HOURS

    April – May – June 2022

    Tours Wine-tasting Shop

     

    10am-12pm

    2pm-6pm

     

    Closing days:

    Saturday

    July – August 2022

     

    Tours Wine-tasting Shop

     

    10am-7pm

     

     

    Closing day :

    Saturday

    September 2022

     

    Tours Wine-tasting Shop

     

    10am-12pm

    2pm-6pm

     

    Closing days :

    Saturday

    October-November December 2022

    Wine-tasting & Shop

     

    10am-12pm

    2pm-6pm

     

    Closing days :

    Saturday & Sunday

    Ticket office closes half an hour before closing time

    For wine purchases when the shop is closed, phone 00 33 (0)3 85 35 73 73 or email us at  contact@chateaudepierreclos.com

    Tours

    Tours

    Fun self-guided tour for all the family: Listen to 1000 years of château history as you roam the buildings from the wine cellars to the watchtowers.

     €7.50 per person
    Children aged 7 to 12: €5 per person
    Children aged 0 to 6: Free
    Pre-booking not required

    Un plan de parcours sera remis aux adultes, un livret jeux pour les 7-12 ans et activités ludiques pour les 3-6 ans.
    Disponible en anglais, allemand, Hollandais, italien, espagnol

    Wine tasting

    3 white wines:
    Mâcon-Pierreclos
    Saint-Véran
    Pouilly-Fuissé

     

    1 red wine:
    Bourgogne Pinot noir

     

    €5 per person. Free when 3 bottles purchased per person.

     

    Wine-tasting is available at the château shop and does not require pre-booking.

    Guided tour & Wine-tasting in the wine cellars

    For groups.

     

    We welcome you for a historical tour of the castle, wine tasting or both.

     

    Duration : 1 hour / Prices on request

     

     

     

     

    Gougères (cheese puffs) to pair with the wine : €2.50 per person.

     

    The Château de Pierreclos towers majestically in the midst of the surrounding vineyards. The French poet Alphonse de Lamartine, who knew the place well, described it thus: “to the south, the village of Pierreclos and its magnificent old castle…”