The history of Chateau Maison Noble dates as far back as 1345. Until the 15th century it was a feudal castle surrounded by vineyards. Having nearly been destroyed during the French Revolution, the castle was completely restored in the late 19th century and its nobility and beauty have been revived.
The Chateau, perfectly located in the heart of the prestigious vineyards of Bordole and Apelyasen Entre Deux Mers, gives the richness and the authenticity of taste to all wines. The vineyard extends to up to 75 hectares and grows on soils rich in minerals. It gives the wine diversity of taste and flavour inherent to the noble wines of France.
In the vineyard the following grape varieties are grown: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc for reds and rosés and Muscadet, Sauvignon and Semillon for white. These grapes give Chateau Maison Noble's wines their beautiful colour, the delicate aroma and flavour filled with tannins.
Chateau Maison Noble offers individual and group visits, tours and wine tasting. Their award-winning wines are the undisputed leaders in various competitions and contests.