Château de La Rivière
Castle build in 1577 by Gaston de l'Isle on the remains of a defence built by Charlemagne. Completed during the Renaissance, it has been restored in the 19th century by Viollet le Duc. Historical place, but also wine producing estate (60 hectareas vineyard), its 3 hectareas underground wine-cellar shelter more than 1000 barrels. 5 bedrooms with shower rooms and wc in the Renaissance wing. The breakfast can be served in the former castle kitchen or on the terrace. Swimming pool and tennis available. Park with view over the Dordogne valley.Reserve
Sustainable approachChâteau de La Rivière is certified High Environmental Value, ISO 14001 and "Bordeaux Let's Grow the Future CSR policy" for its strong environmental and social commitments. The château is also a signatory of the Natura 2000 charter.
Marie Rollet, wine tourism manager at Château de la Rivière, describes the estate's eco-responsible commitments: "The
Château de La Rivière is nestled in an exceptional setting: vineyards and woods, hillsides and limestone plateaus, overlooking the Dordogne. It is our surroundings that dictate our environmental commitment. For 20 years now, we have been doing our utmost to preserve this heritage and to offer our visitors and customers a unique place and unique wines."
Services, facilities, & comfort
- Swimming pool