THE REGION
Château Coucy, Montagne Saint-Emilion

MONTAGNE SAINT-EMILION

LOCATION

Château Coucy is located in the heart of the historic village of Montagne in Gironde. This winegrowing region has produced wine continuously since Gallo-Roman times against a turbulent backdrop of successive invasions and conquests. This village, in the heart of the Saint-Émilion area, is surrounded by 12 of the most emblematic wine appellations. 

Montagne's winemaking traditions have survived centuries of history since the fall of the Roman Empire. Once crossed by the old Gallo-Roman road from Bordeaux to Périgueux, Montagne has preserved its varied architecture, which serves as a testimony to the area's rich historical heritage. From the vestiges of Roman villas (Villa Corbin and Lucaniacus) to magnificent Renaissance-style castles (Château Saint Georges and Château des Tours), as well as three Romanesque churches and countless chapels, Montagne is a haven for sightseers.