Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières
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A.O.P. Corbières
Château Haut-Gléon

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières
Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon is an estate with a long and storied history, as demonstrated by the remains of a sixth-century chapel on the site dedicated to "Vierge de Gléon".

The current manor house is built on the ruins of the medieval castle built here in 1223, shortly after the Vicomte de Narbonne gave this land as a gift to the de Treilles family, who promptly took the name ‘de Gléon’.

The Lords of Gléon were elevated to the rank of Marquis in April 1750, with Jean-Baptiste de Treilles, becoming the first Marquis de Gléon. His descendants were to meet a less noble fate: the last Marquis de Gléon and his son were murdered in their ancestral home on 12 November 1830. Madame la Marquise de Gléon sold the estate in 1861 to Hyppolyte Bonnes, who divided it equally between his two sons in 1874.

In 1991 the Duhamel family acquired the Domaine Gléon and renamed it ‘Château Haut-Gléon’. One of the jewels in the Languedoc’s winemaking crown, the estate has been part of the Foncalieu family since 2012.
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine  Rosé = Rosé
Muscat, Natural Sweet Wine  = Muscat, Natural Sweet Wine
 
  Specialties

Set in the Vallée du Paradis, at the heart of the Corbières region, Château Haut-Gléon is a majestic, 260-hectare estate taking in forests, garrigue scrubland and, of course, 35 hectares of vines in the Corbières PDO and the Vallée du Paradis PGI.

Château Haut-Gléon produces wines of character, elegant and refined with a broad palette of flavours, presented in a distinctive, unique bottle based on a historical model found in the château’s store rooms.

Cuvée Notre Dame (Corbières PDO): the quintessential expression of our terroir.

Les Châteaux (Corbières PDO): the flagship wines of Haut Gléon, an intense, generous red and a white of exquisite elegance, not to forget our delicious rosé.

Les Domaines (Vallée du Paradis PGI): fresh young wines to share and enjoy.

Les Carthagènes: delicious sweet wines for aperitifs and desserts.

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Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières

Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières
Opening Château Haut-Gléon - Durban-Corbières:

- 01 january to 31 december - Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:00 and from 13:30 to 18:00
- Saturday - Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 15:00 to 17:30
Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare La Région Languedoc-Roussillon ROUTES 20 Corbières - Les Routes des Vins
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  * Parking
* Shop 
* Group guided tours
* Product tasting
* Individual guided tours
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  Château Haut-Gléon
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Château Haut-Gléon
11360 Durban-Corbières
 
Phone +33 4.68.48.85.95
Fax +33 4.68.48.46.20
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Email -
contact@hautgleon.com

Website -
www.hautgleon.com
Rates
Rosé: 9.40 € to 12.00 €  
White Wine: 11.40 € to 20.50 € 
Red Wine: 14.00 € to 30.50 €
Vin de liqueur 21.00 €
 
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