When walking in the castle, the first you will pass is this yard. It is vey nice here, silent and peaceful - if there are not thousands of tourists here .... :-)) but this is very seldom. I liked this horse carriage.
The original winery was involved in the mass production of wine essentially by the keg. All of the equipment was made primarily of wood. These devices are today housed in the lower level of the chateau as they were in the past, including a tasting room (where none of the fine burgundy is offered. All sorts of equipment is on display.
If you there take a walk through the vineyards. Its very nice and you should always think that this is the home of one of the most expensive wines of Bourgogne.
In keeping with its original work-a-day function, some of the winery support structures remain in the courtyard.