Overlooking the best climats of the village, the Castle of Saint-Romain is a former 13th century priory house formerly the property of the Priory of Saint Hillaire. It was converted into a castle in the 15th century with the construction of its two large round towers.
It became the property of Jerome Sordet's ancestors more than 150 years ago who is now reviving its age-old tradition of vine and wine. In 1989, during a first phase of work, Jerome Sordet, allocated a parcel of land at the foot of the castle high on the hill (450 metres) to plant vines. The tiny 0.85 hectare monopole is known as Les Clos du Chateau.