Visit the Chateau
Please book ahead if you would like to come to the Château to buy some wine. Let us know what time you'd like to come, from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
If you're looking to buy a shed load of wine but want to try some first, a tasting can usually be hosted by Angela or Nelly between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday, by appointment. If you just want a tasting, we charge €10 per person. We will knock this off the bill for anyone who orders 12 bottles or more on the day.
A good time to book is 11am, as that'll give you time for a tasting, fill the boot, and head off somewhere in time for lunch.
If you don't want to take wine away with you, we can deliver in the UK or you can collect from our Calais depot. Deliveries elsewhere in France can be made at cost.
Call Angela on 00 33 6 50 10 85 21 or UK freephone 0800 316 3676
En Français, Nelly 00 33 6 62 94 17 03
If you haven't bought from us before, please let us know how you came across us.
Prices for our wines ex-Chateau are approximately £2.50 per bottle less than the sterling prices quoted here, reflecting the lower rate of duty in France.
We are 15 miles SE of the city of Bordeaux, at the end of Rue Bauduc, Créon 33670. You should find this on Google Maps, GPS etc. Come down the tree-lined drive and go straight ahead, past the pond. The tasting room is the first door on the right. If we're not there, call or text us as above.
Local places to eat
We recommend a local restaurant in the main square in Créon, called La Table (tel. +33 5 56 42 98 40). La Table is open from 12 noon to 1.45pm, except Mondays, and for dinner.
There's a sandwich café next to La Table and a creperie nearby in the square. Closer still, there's an excellent bakery called Le Fournil de Créon at the end of the road, which is open from 7am to 8pm, 7 days a week, with a reasonable restaurant and pizzeria next door. There's a Carrefour on the edge of town and if you're, ahem, traveling with kids, a McDo.
If you're heading to the famous wine village of St-Emilion or the fabulous city of Bordeaux, allow half an hour's drive, plus time to park up.