History of Château de Melin

Château de Melin

Château de Melin, an architectural treasure, tells a rich and fascinating story through the centuries.

Originally built in 1551 by the Rozereau family, the Château's majestic appearance was further enhanced by the Brunet de Monthelie family, a second family who enlarged and embellished it in the 18th century.

Over the years, the château's destiny has taken many different paths, reflecting the evolution of its times. In 1960, it was transformed into a summer camp by the Aubervilliers parish, welcoming generations of children in search of adventure and summer discovery.

In 1999, a new page was turned for Château de Melin with its acquisition by Hélène and Arnaud Derats.

Passionate about history and heritage, they took over the family wine estate and undertook a major metamorphosis, transforming it with love and dedication into a 28-hectare organic family wine estate and guest house.

Today, Château de Melin is a haven of peace where history meets modernity. Visitors are invited to discover its timeless charms, taste the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits wines produced on site and immerse themselves in an authentic experience in the heart of Burgundy.

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