Let yourself be seduced by these unique creations, true stories to savor !
Our fruity biodynamic wines take you on a journey to new taste sensations : serve them chilled, as an aperitif, with tapas, sweet or savory dishes… it’s up to you !
Discover our wines without added sulfites !
Embark on a journey to explore our extensive range of wines. These wines will surely find their place on your tables, from appetizers to desserts !
Are you looking for wines from Château le Payral ?
Are you captivated by one of our ranges? Find our biodynamic wines at one of our partners.
Our products are available all over the country through dozens of points of sale. From Brittany, through the Île-de-France, to the great South-West, Payral products are close to you!
Don’t live in France? Our biodynamic wines are exported internationally. You have no more excuses!
La Bise, orange wine
The idea for the name of the Bise Cuvee came to us during the pandemic when the “Bise” wind was prohibited! We love its whimsical label, which is a collage created by Isabelle Lacombe, an illustrator.
This “little red wine” is named after our cat !
Fruity and tangy like its name
It’s the fruity and tangy sweetness of this wine, like a little candy, that inspired the name of this cuvée.
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Do you have questions or want to learn more about Château le Payral and its products? Don’t hesitate anymore! Contact us.
Whether you want to know more about our history, our biodynamic production methods, or if you have specific questions about our ranges, we’re here to address all your inquiries and guide you through the discovery of Château le Payral!
Explore our other biodynamic ranges !
Embark on a journey to discover our extensive range of wines. These wines will find a place on your table, from appetizers to desserts !
This range of fresh, aromatic wines is available in three colors, perfect to enjoy in their youth.
These cuvées represent the excellence of the Bergerac appellations.
Les plus que nature
Our pursuit of authenticity has led us to produce wines that are increasingly “sober”.