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Located in the heart of the Loire Valley near Angers, Château Soucherie is a historical wine estate producing wines from the Anjou appellation. In the middle of the vineyards, revealing a point of view of the u....Lire plus Learn more
Anxious to give a new youth to this historic estate, the Béguinot family bought Château Soucherie in 2007 in the heart of the Loire Valley. They choose the integrated viticulture. But that's not all, they love to entertain. Well-worked wines and exceptional bed and breakfast, they are the perfect place to enjoy the softness of the Anjou region!
Located in the heart of the Loire Valley near Angers, Château Soucherie is a historic wine estate producing Anjou appellation wines. In the middle of the vineyards, revealing a unique panorama on the Layon valley and the surrounding villages, it is a magical place to linger.
Until 1952, Château Soucherie belonged to the family of the Dukes of Brissac. The Château was developed at the end of the 19th century by a sister of the Duke, the Princess of Arenberg. The property was then sold to a family of winegrowers and, since 2007, it is the Béguinot family who has in its hands the destiny of this exceptional property.
The desire one day to make my own wine pushed me to invest in this beautiful Domain with the will to make it progress qualitatively and to make it known as one of the most beautiful Domains of Anjou. I also wanted to be part of a real wine tourism approach by proposing guest rooms, a seminar room and an ultra-modern cellar to receive customers.
When we took over Château Soucherie, we wanted this wine estate to be a place in perfect harmony with nature and a place to meet and share. Our project is to highlight this place and this unique terroir by creating wines in our image.