We have been wine growers since 1753, when our ancestors used to tend vines in the neighbouring village of Chamery. There is a document that suggests that this tradition dates from older times, a "vine measurement" dating from 1533, written by Pierre Maillart, a land surveyor in Chamery, on behalf of the Saint-Nicaise Abbey.
Today, the 9th generation is now tending our vineyard, supervised by Nicolas, an engineer and wine expert back in the region since graduating in 2003. He has thus been perpetuating 300 years of history and preserving our philosophy: expressing the full potential of our region through our wine.
This has been accomplished through 6 vintages, principally made of Pinot Noir, with two that stand out:
- a Blanc de blancs, vintage 2004
- a Blanc de noirs, Francs de pied, vintage 2005
Since 2009, we have been striving to help protect the environment. To this end, we have built 130 sq.m of photovoltaic panels, producing 90% of our electricity consumption.
Our carbon footprint has thus significantly decreased.
Cellar visits from Monday to Friday from 9 to 11am and from 2 to 4:30pm and on Sundays at 10:30am.