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Julien Rambaud
Bordeaux, Bordeaux Rosé, Pessac-Léognan

Château d'Eyran

The first traces of the Château d'Eyran date back to 1317. Rebuilt on the gravelly slope of Mont d'Eyran, it was taken over by the de Seze family in 1796, who still own it today. The interplay of indivisions, the economic crisis and the German occupation forced the family to pull up the vines at the beginning of the 20th century. Since 1980, Stéphane and Brigitte Savigneux have been restoring the vineyard. In 2015, they were joined by their son Charles. The 25-hectare vineyard is part of a well thought-out environmental quality approach, and run with one goal : respect for the terroir roots of the red and white wines. The property was awarded the level 3 High Environmental Value label. Built in 2017, its resolutely modern winery, made of traditional materials, subtly combines functionality and aesthetics, offering Château d'Eyran wines an exceptional setting.

+33 5 56 77 54 37
Château d’Eyran

20 avenue du Sable d’expert
GPS : N 44.714591 - W -0.4982863
  • French, English, Spanish
  • Accessible to people with reduced mobility
  • Pets allowed
  • Vignobles et découvertes
Services & Facilities
  • Internet access, Wifi
  • Mural
  • Local caterer
  • Sound proof
  • Tables/chairs
  • Video projector

Modes of payment
  • American Express
  • Payment cards
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Cash
More information Production system
  • Sustainable agriculture

Best Of Wine Competition - Best Of 2020 - Promotion of environmental best practices

AOC Bordeaux, Bordeaux Rosé, Pessac-Léognan


Number of persons min. : 5
Number of persons max. : 15

Information about the visit

Duration of the visit : 90 minutes
Visiting conditions : Guided tours
Languages of visit : French, English, Spanish

Château d’Eyran

20 avenue du Sable d’expert

GPS : N 44.714591 - W -0.4982863