In the Corbières massif, wine is a matter of tradition, passion and high standards. One of the few possible agricultural activities in this arid region, the cultivation of vines dates back to the 2nd century BC.
The Corbières offer a great diversity of soils: schist, sandstone, limestone, marl and benefit from ideal conditions to offer superb terroirs for wine growing: the Mediterranean climate, dry, sunny and warm, favours the long cycles of the vine and the north-west wind, which is very present throughout the year, cleans up the vineyard.
Located between Carcassonne and Narbonne, the Château du Vieux Parc has been built over the centuries, in a paradise of fauna and flora, in the heart of a still wild nature. This particular cellar of 70 hectares is located on the soil of Lézignan, in the small village of Conilhac Corbières. The property includes 40 ha of Corbières PDO and 30 ha of Vin de Pays.