Château de Haute-Serre

Château de Haute-Serre

Unveil the marvels of the unique world of Cahors wine

Product ID: 54123
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Discover Château de Haute-Serre, located in Cahors, neighbouring the Laburgade saffron fields, a few kilometres from Lalbenque, famous capital of the Tuber Melanosporum black truffle.
 
Haute-Serre became an unequalled winemaking site in south-west France. From the sale of his very first vintage of AOC Cahors in 1976, Georges Vigouroux’s bet paid off and Haute-Serre was recognised as a first true ‘Cru’ from Cahors. Now his son, Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux, continues his father’s work. He aims to achieve excellence with high-density replanting, use of eco-friendly vine-growing and tending techniques, ageing in new oak barrels, trials with wood from different origins and work on toasting suitable for Malbec.
 
At Château de Haute-Serre, gastronomy, wine and art combine to offer a hedonistic experience for all the senses.
 
The Château's restaurant La Table de Haute-Serre, rewarded by the Michelin BIB Gourmand, features delicious cuisine based on local produce. This atmospheric restaurant in a stone cellar marries ancient walls with contemporary style. The Chef serves refined, inventive cuisine that skillfully combines ‘terroir’ and modernity. 
 
Guests are welcomed in a chai (wine storeroom) renovated in a...

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Discover Château de Haute-Serre, located in Cahors, neighbouring the Laburgade saffron fields, a few kilometres from Lalbenque, famous capital of the Tuber Melanosporum black truffle.
 
Haute-Serre became an unequalled winemaking site in south-west France. From the sale of his very first vintage of AOC Cahors in 1976, Georges Vigouroux’s bet paid off and Haute-Serre was recognised as a first true ‘Cru’ from Cahors. Now his son, Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux, continues his father’s work. He aims to achieve excellence with high-density replanting, use of eco-friendly vine-growing and tending techniques, ageing in new oak barrels, trials with wood from different origins and work on toasting suitable for Malbec.
 
At Château de Haute-Serre, gastronomy, wine and art combine to offer a hedonistic experience for all the senses.
 
The Château's restaurant La Table de Haute-Serre, rewarded by the Michelin BIB Gourmand, features delicious cuisine based on local produce. This atmospheric restaurant in a stone cellar marries ancient walls with contemporary style. The Chef serves refined, inventive cuisine that skillfully combines ‘terroir’ and modernity. 
 
Guests are welcomed in a chai (wine storeroom) renovated in a perfect marriage of tradition and modernity and embellished with numerous artworks.
 
A great pleasureseeking stop off on the wine route, a rendezvous place for oenophiles and gourmets, Château de Haute-Serre is a site dedicated to agritourism: “bistronomie” in the winery, vineyard tours, tasting workshops, harvesting workshops, and cooking courses based on theme sequences, are available.

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About this activity
Advanced Booking Required
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Seasonal Activity

Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays (Only on Wednesdays from July to September).

The Château closes for an extendend period in December and March.

Languages
French, English
Opening Hours
10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
The meeting point

Château de Haute-Serre, Route du Vignoble, 46230 Cieurac

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Highlights
  • Wine tasting
  • Guided tours
  • Restaurant
  • Tasting initiation class
  • Cooking class
Nearby
  • Cahors (10 minutes)
  • Saint-Cirq-LaPopie (30 minutes)
Grape varieties
  • Malbec
  • Merlot
  • Tannat
  • Chardonnay
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Product ID: 54123

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