Embark on a heavenly wine retreat in the midst of history and nature in the Languedoc.
Like the best French wines, St Pierre is an ‘assemblage’ – a destination that blends the best aspects of wine tourism escapes.
“The Cinderella of the south was once overshadowed by gorgeous Provence and the brash Côte d’Azur. Now, she stands as their equal, displaying a discreet charm that her more-visited siblings lost long ago” … Lonely Planet
Our culinary and food travel consultants plan bespoke itineraries including but not limited to:
Cycling in the vineyard.
Mediterranean cooking workshops.
Oyster pond cruises and farmer’s meetings.
Olive oil production workshops.
In season truffle hunting.
Gastronomic dinner with food and wine pairing (refined selection of the Château’s wines) heartedly prepared by the Château Chef Franck Pujol.
Ask now for your tailor made package and ensure the best deal for your upcoming culinary and wine journey.
One of the World’s Most Exciting Wine Regions
St Pierre de Serjac is a perfect base to discover the diversity, experimentation and sheer verve of the Languedoc, in Puissalicon – one of the world’s most exciting wine regions. There are literally hundreds of wineries within easy range – Faugères and Pezenas are on our doorstep while St. Chinian, Berlou, Picpoul de Pinet, La Clape, Terrassees du Larzac and the Minervois are all just a short drive.
A magnificent Château estate with a vineyard, hotel, restaurant, spa and luxury self-catering properties set in 200 acres of beautiful Mediterranean countryside in the Languedoc, South of France.
Ten acres of gardens and a park surrounded by 220 acres of woodland, olive groves and vines, crisscrossed with trails for walking, running and biking.