Castle of Beru

89700, Béru, Beru
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« Located in the heart of the vineyards of Chablis and overlooking one of the most beautiful slopes of Burgundy, the castle of Beru is located 200 km from Paris and 30 km from Auxerre. »


Beru Castle was built in the 13th century and belongs to the Beru counties since 1627. This House has been changes to the Renaissance and in the 18th century.
You can see a rare dial solar and Lunar from the 16th century, a door and its Tower of the 13th century, a loft with 1500 boxes of the 13th century, and in the cellars of the 16th century.

The castle today

The castle of Beru is an historical area belonging to the Beru counties since 1627 and therefore owned by the same family for more than 400 years.

The field lived entirely from the vine to the phylloxera crisis at the beginning of the 20th century where the whole of the vineyard was torn off. In the 1980s, count Eric of Beru, driven by his passion for wine decided to replant the entire vineyard including the famous Clos Beru.

His wife, Laurence, and her daughter, Athenaïs, are today and since 2004 at the head of this vineyard and have undertaken a set of qualitative steps to breathe new life into this family estate.

My castle is visitable

Guided visits: July - August: 11: 00 - 16: 00 the rest of the year: SRV Group: SRV year-round.

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Spoken languages: French , French