Château Pruzilly is a unique place and has a beautiful setting to celebrate your family festivities, organise business events or simply discover the beautiful region.
It will be our pleasure to welcome you to Chateau Pruzilly.

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On the borderline between Beaujolais and Southern Burgundy, Château Pruzilly lies on top of the hills at an altitude of 400 meters, amidst wine fields and forests.

The magnificent view on the Saône Valley, the Jura and the Alps takes your breath away as you enjoy the sunrise or a cocktail in the Park.

Château Pruzilly provides a unique setting to organise:

  • A dream venue for a wedding celebration,
  • A get-away for a few nights among family & friends, discovering the surroundings,
  • A superb site to organise a conference or training.

The property has been transformed for hosting different types of events and family reunions.

Some of the major renovations:

  • Transforming the old winery production area (Cuvage) into a large reception room,
  • Renovating the vaulted cellar (Cave Voûtée) into a dance floor, with a bar and DJ booth,
  • Group accommodation,
  • Adapting the outside premises,
  • And construction of the Gazebo (Kiosque), which gives the opportunity for receptions or wedding ceremonies, no matter what the weather is like.

Château Pruzilly is located 12 minutes from Mâcon Loché TGV train station and just 15 minutes from the A6 motorway at Mâcon Sud (exit 29).

History of Château Pruzilly

Château Pruzilly was built in the XVII century, around 1620. The old church used to be on the property, and the priest of Pruzilly lived in the mansion.

After the French Revolution (around 1794) the numerous landowners successively made modifications to the building, adding for example, the two towers. 

In 1850 the decision was made to rebuild a new church on top of the hill in Pruzilly so that all inhabitants on both sides of the hill could hear the church bells ring.

As the building was based on the border of North Beaujolais and South Burgundy, it became at a certain point the biggest wine production in the village.

The locals (“les Pruziatons”) called it the Castle of Pruzilly. The former owners ceased the wine production in 1962 and sold the wine yards to the land workers. Since that period Chateau Pruzilly had merely become a holiday destination for its previous owners.