Although the Château de Saint-Aubin is mentioned in notarial archives since the middle of the 19th century, its much older origins remain unknown.
We do know that the estate belonged to the Countess of Trébon, a descendant of Trébon who served King Louis XIV as a Black Musketeer.
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The estate changed hands several times over the centuries, eventually being acquired by The Piffaut Family who has roots in the Burgundian wine world dating back to 1898.
The particularity of the Château is to have a great plot in front of the building, which is very rare in Burgundy, classified as a Saint-Aubin 1er Cru.