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Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières
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Château Gléon Montanié

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières
Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

The origins of the Domaine de Gléon estate can be traced back to ancient times. Evidence of this lies in the many Gallo-Roman and Visigoth remains (Gaufresenque pottery, pre-Romanesque chapel). For ten centuries the estate belonged to the Treille-Gléon-Durban-Narbonne family.

Château Gléon guarded access to the Hautes-Corbières. It was besieged by the Spanish in 1503. The last Marquis of Gléon sold the estate to the ancestors of the current owners in 1861.

Since then, the Château Gléon has been run by the Bonnes family, and latterly by the Montanié family, handed down from father to son.

There have thus been six generations safeguarding the prosperity and quality of the castle's lands. The first "bottling" dates back from the end of the 19th century.

The Estate lies at the gateway to the Hautes-Corbières, in the canton of Durban, attached to the village of Villesèque-des-Corbières, at the entrance to what is known as Paradise Valley. It covers 303 ha/750 acres, including 50 ha/150 acres of vineyards.
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine  Rosé = Rosé
 
  Specialties

The vineyards are located in the Durban wine-growing region, renowned for its subtle, complex red wine, with its supple and extremely expressive tannins. Philippe Montanié is in charge of the wine-making operations, advised by an oenologist, Robert Déjean.

The dates when the different plots are harvested are worked out after maturity inspections; all the grapes are picked by hand. The Syrah and Grenache grapes are destalked; the other red varieties are vinified by whole grape carbonic maceration.

Maceration periods are lengthy; pressing is carried out with two Vaslin horizontal presses. After cold settling, the bled rosé and the white wines (direct pressing) undergo fermentation at low controlled temperatures. Philippe Montanié pays very close attention to producing aromatic wines that are sutle and complex, and as natural as possible (limited use of SO2 is made).

The red wines are blended in late winter and stored in enamelled concrete vats in cellars that are half underground, obviously making it possible to effect good temperature controls. The rosé and red wines are bottled during the winter months. Part of the red Corbières is transferred to oak casks for between one and two years.

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Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières

Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières
Opening Château Gléon Montanié - Durban-Corbières:

- 01 january to 31 december
- Low Season: From 10:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 18:00
- High Season: From 10:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 20:00
Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare ROUTES 20 Corbières - Les Routes des Vins Pays Touristiques de Corbières en Minervois
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Parking
* Shop 
* Group guided tours
* Product tasting
* Individual guided tours
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  Château Gléon Montanié
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Château Gléon Montanié
Jean-Pierre and Philippe Montanié
11360 Durban-Corbières
 
Phone +33 4.68.48.28.25
Fax +33 4.68.48.83.39
Mobile -

Email -
info@gleon-montanie.com

Website -
www.gleon-montanie.com
Rates
Rosé: 11.95 €  
White Wine: 16.50 € 
Red Wine: 11.95 € to 18.95 €
 
Service:

Bike friendlyParkingPets allowedWine tasting
 
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