Château du Coing is a historical, family-owned estate. It is situated in the very heart of the Vignoble Nantais at the confluence of the Sèvre and Maine rivers. Its terroirs are among some of the most emblematic of the Muscadet wine region.
Rebuilt after the Vendée Wars then altered again in the 19th century, the château displays architecture of both the Directoire style and the Italian style. These buildings are part of the artistic and historical heritage of the Vignoble Nantais. They are listed for their regional historical interest.
We welcome you to our family-run wine estate to discover our work and our wines, amid a setting steeped in history.
Our wines reflect our Terroirs, Landscape and History. Our winery tours therefore focus on a number of things:
- The architecture and riverside lifestyle, with a tour of our Italian inspired building, and a commented visit of the outside of the château
- Our winegrowing and work in the vineyard with a tour of the different plots
- The characteristic features of local wines and our key winemaking techniques, such as lees ageing and plot selection.
Come and visit us, we will be delighted to share our passion for Muscadet with you and have you taste our Muscadet wines.