Our philosophy

The Paux-Rosset family definitively steers the estate in a very qualitative strategy and aspires to make wines from the castle references of the Languedoc. The cultivation method is modified preserving the environment and the vines are again cultivated for the most part.

The geographical situation of the castle facing the sea leads us to consider a new quality of the oenotouristic policy, namely the construction of a new tasting cellar allowing a better professional and friendly welcome. Visits to cellars as well as vineyard walks (in season), will allow you to soak up our universe.

Our passion has led us to develop a high-end service with the creation of a charming house on the hillside, Coste Care, which will allow a privileged stopover in the heart of the domain for clients who wish to be totally immersed.
The couple’s children, Bastien and Marion, bring their dynamism and prepare with enthusiasm the future that is coming.



Claude Paux-Rosset

Key person of the domain. Essential part and support of Jean, her husband, for more than 30 years.

Jean Paux-Rosset

Coming from a vineyard family, Jean was destined for a high-level equestrian career.

Marion Paux-Rosset

After a professional experience in the United States, Marion will take an interest in the export market and develop it successfully marketing La Négly wines worldwide.

Bastien Paux-Rosset

A lover of vine growing, Bastien thrives on its organic estate «Château La Vernède» near La Négly.




According to the topography of the Aude, we find the shape of Lancely in 1973, La Nerly in 1781 and finally La Négly in 1807, which testifies to the golden age of the castle.

It is also about Saint-Laurent de La Mer in 1484 and the Chapelle Saint-Laurent in 1781, all this on the lands of the Château. This house belonged to the Count of Rosset, who made it his summer residence.

The flocks of sheep went to the salt flats of the Chapelle Saint-Laurent, stationed at Château La Négly, before reaching Pérignan, now called Fleury d’Aude.