The Montfort estate spans a continuous area of 35 hectares, alongside the cellars in the village of Noizay. The wines that originate from this terroir have a distinctive character due to the wonderful geological unity that spreads throughout the mostly clay and limestone soils.
The vineyards overlooking the slope used to be part of the Montfort manor farmlands, the heartland of the Chançay parish. This fortified 16th-century manor was surrounded by a ditches, while today the main residence still features two wings with mullioned windows, typical of the Renaissance period. Its well, towers and outbuildings make this a truly remarkable place. The façades, rooftops and the southeast-facing wall are all listed as historical monuments.