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Aigle Chateau is situated in the middle of a gorgeous vineyard in Switzerland, near Montreux. The Fortress was constructed in the 12th century by the Savoy Family to protect the entrance into the Valley where the Castle is located. Then it was later leveled and reworked by the Bernese Family from the end of the 15th century on. The mountain scenery around Chateau Aigle is some of the most breathtaking views in all of western Switzerland.
The nearby city of Aigle, founded in 1143, is an attractive little quarter of old houses, which has been renovated over the centuries and now appears as a mixture of styles and architecture. From the city, quaint cobble stone lanes wind up towards the dominating Chateau.

This Chateau is dedicated to the vineyards and historic art of winemaking so rich in this area. Across from the castle, you will find the Dime house, built in 1587, which houses the International Label Museum with consists of over 200 years of wine labeling history. Also, within the Chateau itself, you will find the Vine and Wine Museum.

Why this venue:

Aigle Chateau is a charming castle from 12th century. For your Aigle Castle Weddings, there are several rooms, salons, and spaces available for ceremonies and receptions of all sizes. For winter weddings, here you will be able to enjoy the working indoor real fireplaces as well, which can be used during your wedding!

Venue details:

  • Blessing and Legal Civil Ceremonies Possible
  • Wedding Ceremony, Cocktail, and Reception all possible at castle
  • Accommodation in nearby small town or larger cities
  • Real wood burning fire places throughout castle for winter weddings
  • Variety of Salons and Rooms available for your wedding use
  • Music must stop by midnight
  • Must vacate premises by 3:00 am
  • Weddings possible all year round

Capacity: up to 200 guest

For the wedding ceremony, an officiator will conduct the ceremony. Extra decorations, seating, and live music available upon request for an additional charge.

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