Come and enjoy the Domaine du Mont Verrier Experience
Located between Lyon and Macon, south of the winemaking region of Burgundy, deep in the heart of the “Pierres Dorées” (golden stones) area of the Beaujolais and Beaujolais-Villages appellations region, you will find the Domaine du Mont Verrier wine estate with its magnificent 17th-century house. The history of the estate is closely associated with that of the Hospices de Villefranche and the nuns from the Sainte Marthe de Beaune “Hospitalier” order.
Every year from April to the end of October, the Domaine du Mont Verrier welcomes you to visit its winemaking vats and its aging cellar, as well as to taste its wines, in a peaceful, bucolic setting with breathtaking views over the hills and vineyards.
Come and enjoy the Domaine du Mont Verrier experience – take a quiet stroll, explore the great outdoors or relax in the shade of a two-hundred-year-old cedar tree with a glass of a luscious Beaujolais or Burgundy wine
Biodiversity on the estate
Domaine du Mont Verrier has around 40 hectares of vineyards and a large and rare ampelographic collection of over 200 different varieties of wine and table grapes.
It also boasts an orchard with over 60 varieties of cherry, apple, pear, peach, plum, apricot and fig trees, most of which are old species, and a vegetable garden with fruit and vegetables of all colours and varieties that will be enjoyed in the summer and autumn as part of our “Table d’Hôtes” dinners.
We also have a lovely garden full of perennials in pale shades of white, blue and pink in the spring, pink and orange in the summer, and ochre in the autumn.