Caves Monmousseau

Montrichard
Loire Valley
Attractions and places of interest
Food and Drink

Since 1886 these cellars have been used to store the highest quality wines, which have graced the tables of royalty. During your visit you will discover the history of the cellars - which are kept at a constant 12°C - and have the opportunity to taste the sparkling wines which have given Monmousseau its worldwide reputation.

Nearby attractions

Between Tours & Blois, this estate has a park with château, stables & exceptional gardens (the famous International Garden Festival) designed by landscape architects from all over the world. Guided & self guided...

A magnificent example of Renaissance and Gothic architecture, this château still houses a well preserved and exceptional collection of furniture. The gardens also offer one of the most beautiful views over the Loire Valley....

The Royal Château de Blois is located in the center of the city of Blois. The château has been the residence of several French kings, and is also where Joan of Arc was blessed in 1429 by the Archbishop of Reims, before...

The Tours mueseum of fine arts was originaly established 4 March 1795 but has been situated in the bishop's former palace since 1910. The museum has over 12,000 works but only 1,000 are on show to the public. The ground floor...

Places to visit nearby

Blois in the Loire Valley is a charming royal city with an historic château that has been home to 7 French kings and 10 French queens.

Tours in the Loire Valley is a modern city with a history dating back to the Romans that is famous for its architecture, wines and markets.

Orléans in the Loire Valley is a city rich with history and famous for its links to Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orléans.