This private castle is not open to the public but produces wine.
An 11th-century fortress with moats and drawbridge, the castle was burnt down in 1530 by Bernese reinforcements. Through inheritance and auction, the château passed through the hands of several owners. Since 1975, the Château d'Allaman, the building itself, its annexes and its surroundings have been listed as a historic monument and a Swiss cultural asset of national importance. Today, Château d'Allaman, a member of the Clos, Domaines & Châteaux association, produces wine on a vast 15-hectare estate.