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Domaine de Châteauvieux

Domaine de Châteauvieux

A welcoming and lively location

An iconic, gourmet venue

with a 19/20 score in Gault & Millau, two Michelin stars, a member of Relais & Châteaux, Grandes Tables du Monde and Grandes Tables de Suisse, the Domaine de Châteauvieux is also a luxury venue for  many other reasons.

An iconic, geographic venue

First and foremost, the location – the stunning position of this former vineyard farm.

Perched in the Genevan mountains on Peney hill in Satigny, Switzerland's main wine-growing region, the Domaine de Châteauvieux blends into a landscape of vines and serenity.

A 360° view over the course of the Rhône, the Domaine gazes at the Jura and Salève mountains and gives an absolute feeling of fulfilment, characteristic of memorable moments.

An iconic, historical venue

because if the stones of Châteauvieux could talk, they would tell stories of the origins of this stronghold and, at times, its troublesome fate.

The old Peney fort from 1234 then later the main chateau, located in a region under Catholic rule, which was burned down in 1536 while resisting the Calvinist reformation. It is on these smouldering remains where the foundations of the building were laid for its current form, which then became a restaurant in the 1970s.

Taken over by Philippe Chevrier in 1989 and cherished ever since, the iconic venue went on to achieve new heights.