Whether for a business lunch for fifty guests in the Renaissance wing or a wedding reception for 500, the Château du Clos de Vougeot offers throughout the year the full range of its exceptional savoir-faire.
This exceptional canvas painted by the Montmartre artist Maurice Utrillo has just been added to the art collection of the Château du Clos de Vougeot, where visitors to the Petit Cellier will now be able to see it.
Standing in the very heart of Burgundy’s vineyards, it was originally a wine farm, built in the 12th century by monks from the nearby Abbey of Cîteaux. In the 16th century, a Renaissance style château was added to the existing buildings.
With its medieval vat-house and presses, Cistercian cellar and original kitchens, it forms a unique architectural whole, attracting history lovers, architecture lovers or wine lovers. The Chateau du Clos de Vougeot also hosts famous receptions. It is renowned as one of the very best “table d’hôte” of France.
Even though the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot does not produce wine anymore, it stays the symbol of a millenary of Burgundy’s History.
The Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin acquired the Château in 1945, and started to restore it, turning it into the seat of the Order.