Live the Monluc experience

Come and discover the chateau and the Monluc cellars

Monluc offers free guided tours of the castle’s cellars.

Visit chateau de MonLuc

The current castle is built on a site still inhabited since Neolithic times, in the centre of Gascony. The guided tour allows you to discover the castle’s rich historical past, built in the 16th century by Blaise de Monluc, Marshal of France and illustrious captain of the Italian Wars, then redesigned in the following periods. It is now the headquarters of the great wine estate that produces the famous POUSSE-RAPIERE cocktail. The production and ageing of Vins de Pays, effervescent wines, liqueurs and Armagnac are detailed during the visit of the underground cellars and the old wine press.
It is now the headquarters of the great wine estate that produces the famous POUSSE-RAPIERE cocktail. The production and ageing of Vins de Pays, effervescent wines, liqueurs and Armagnac are detailed during the visit of the underground cellars and the old wine press.

Information

Visiting conditions : Monluc Castle welcomes groups and individual visitors.

Booking at +33 (0)5 62 28 53 51 or by e-mail accueil@monluc.fr​​.

Guided and free tour of about 1h ~ 1h15
Visit in a foreign language: Spoken English.
Visits and tastings are completely free of charge.

This estate is rooted in the tradition of Armagnac for five generations. Five generations of passion around an estate rooted to a terroir, a château at the centre of the small yet great history of France. The scene was set to germinate innovative ideas such as Pousse Rapière and the first production of traditional method sparkling wines.

Annual closing in January
July and August
Monday to Saturday
10:00- 12:00 et 15:00 – 19:00
Sundays and bank holidays from 15:00 to 19:00
June and September
Tuesday to Saturday
10:00- 12:00 et 15:00 – 19:00
Close mondays and bank holidays
April/May and October
Tuesday to Saturday
10:00- 12:00 et 15:00 – 19:00
Close sundays, mondays and bank holidays
February/March and November/December
Tuesday to Saturday
10:00- 12:00 et 15:00 – 18:00
Close sundays, mondays and bank holidays