Tourist area: bike & motorcycle museum, children's museum, great treasure hunt; tasting and sale of Château de Bosc organic, sulfite-free wines.

Guillaume Reynaud comes from a family of winemakers of which he is the fifth generation. Before him, Claude, Louis, Gabriel and Jean-Louis produced wine in Domazan from 1903.

After studying oenology, he took over his parents' property, Château de Bosc, and completely rebuilt it. Today, the vines with their exceptional terroir allow him to produce wines with a strong personality. His real passion is oenological research.

He is known for having invented a new way of vinifying, allowing him to produce wines without sulphites.

His accomplice is a renowned oenologist with whom he forms an efficient tandem: Jean-Philippe Trollet. The latter is a leading figure in the wine world. In fact, Jean-Philippe Trollet was named "Winemaker of the year" in 2009 by the prestigious International Wine Challenge. The complicity that unites the two men in oenological research is real and very effective.

Quality Charter/Quality Label

  • Bad weather alternative


From 01 February to 31 May
Wednesday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open
From 01 June to 30 September
Monday Open
Tuesday Open
Wednesday Open
Thursday Open
Friday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open
From 01 October to 30 November
Wednesday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open
From 01/10 to 30/11/2023, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

From 01/02 to 31/05/2024, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

From 01/06 to 30/09/2024, daily.

From 01/10 to 30/11/2024, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.


Adult €9
Child €6,50

Methods of payment

  • Bank/credit card
  • Check
  • Cash



  • Shelter for bikes/mountain bikes
  • Picnic area
  • Toilets
  • Exhibition space
  • Themed path
  • Car park
  • Coach parking


  • Pets welcome
  • Wi-fi
  • Repair kit

On-site activities

  • Activity
  • Product tasting
  • Entertainment evenings
  • Aperitif at the wine grower


Tourism adapted to

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance