57 rue Saint Ahon

Tramway : Bus 6, arrêt "Caychac bourg" to 0,3#Road (national / local) km
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Château Saint Ahon

  • Accès Handicapé
  • Pets accepted

Built during the XIV century, property of Charles de Montesquieu during the XVIII century, this « Cru Bourgeois » was bought in 19885 by the Count and the Countess Bernard de Colbert. Their daughter and son-in-law, Françoise and Nicolas Chodron de Courcel, settled themselves in the castle in 2003 and the third generation arrives with their daughter Alice in 2017.

Convinced that “only a beautiful vine can make a good wine”, we have made the choice to enhance the expertise of nowadays wine-making. We have obtained in 2013 the High Environmental Value certification in level 3 to reward our efforts in reasoned agriculture.
In a diversification approach, the property opened itself to wine tourism in 2006. It has been rewarded in 2012 with a Best of Wine Tourism in the category « Events organization » and in 2013 with a golden Best of Wine tourism in the category « Discovery and Innovation »
Our desire is to continue our wine tourism development, just like our delicatessen, which offers our wines and "Made in France" products and discoveries.
Key informations :
October at april 2019: Tuesday to saturday from 10 a.m to 12:30 a.m and 14h to 18h
Monday from 10h-12h30 and 14h-17h30
May to September 2019: Tuesday to saturday from 10a.m to 19p.m
Monday from 10h-12h30 and 14h-17h30
Closed on Sundays, french public holidays and Mondays of August.

Language : french et english
Means of payment : CB, chèques and cash


Key information

Open days

with your CityPass €3,50, open Monday to Saturday 10am-7pm from April to September and 10am-1pm/3pm-7pm from October to March.


  • 57 rue Saint Ahon

  • Near a bus stop


  • petiteboutique@saintahon.com
  • +33 5 56 35 06 45


  • French

  • English

Accessible to disabled people

Means of payment

  • CB
  • Chèque
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