Vignobles gonfrier

  • Château de Benauge

Château de Benauge

Standing on the highest point of the Entre-Deux-Mers region, the Château was built in the 11th century and has dominated the Bordeaux vineyards for over a thousand years. With a rich and exciting history, it was notably a high place of resistance during the Gascony revolt in the fall of 1253. In 1426 by royal decision of Henri VI, king of France and England, the viscounty was officially erected in Benauge county. The castle of Benauge is registered as a Historic Monument since 1995.