The Château de Luins is a wine estate made up of the 15th and 17th century mansion and its 10ha vineyard. The Baechtold family have owned and operated it themselves for over a century.

The vineyard is mainly made up of Chasselas, the region’s king of grape. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir completed the assortment at the end of the 1960s. A low cultivation system with a high density of plants per hectare – which makes it possible to have fewer grapes per vine – in addition to the stage of the harvest carried out by hand, ensure the harvest of grapes of premium quality.

The shaping of the delicate nectars respects a certain tradition. The wines of the Château are best tasted after a longer maturation in an oak vessel, allowing them to reveal their full potential and to appreciate them over time.

Luins (Canton de Vaud en Suisse)
457 mètres
46° 26′ 31″ nord
6° 16′ 19″ est
Grape varieties
Chasselas, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Diolinoir
Continental moderated by Lake Geneva and the Jura massif
Slightly gravelly to slightly sandy ground.