This 18th century building is one of the most beautiful Follies in Montpellier. It has combined wine and fine architecture since its construction in 1632, on the site of
an old farm. Following a long winegrowing tradition, the property’s vines are in the PDO of Saint Georges d’Orques.
Let the wine always flow and the revelry continue… For revelry is still very much
the order of the day here: the property regularly organizes festive evenings for
wine lovers. The cherry on the cake: Château de l’Engarran has its own wine museum, with a display of the various equipment that have been used since 1885.
Flaugergues is also one of the last wine properties in the city, whose wines
are well respected, and which has been a wine tourism pioneer, organizing themed tours and tastings at the château so as to offer a complete wine experience.
The vineyard of the Château de Flaugergues, with a surface area of 25 hectares, is located in the Coteaux du Languedoc, more precisely in the heart of the AOC Languedoc- Grés de Montpellier and Languedoc-La Mejanelle.
The Folia restaurant, in the adjoining buildings, completes the wine tourism experience of Flaugergues and seduces the gastronomes.