Built under Louis XIII, the Château de Pennautier has been a family estate since 1620, enlarged in 1670 by Le Vau, architect of the Château de Versailles. At the same time, the famous landscaper Le Nôtre designed a vast French-style park there. Marked by the history of Languedoc, the castle is classified as a Historic Monument. As early as 1701, we find traces of the wines of Pennautier served at the table of the king's officers in Versailles. Since 1960, the vineyard has been completely renovated and reassembled on high altitude plots. Nicolas de Lorgeril, direct heir to the Pennautier family, is the 10th generation of winegrowers since the estate was created, which he took over in 1987. The estate now has 182 hectares of vines.