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After French and foreign experiences Benoit Daridan took over the family vineyard of 21 hectares in 2001 located at the gates of Sologne in Cour-Cheverny. Concerned about respecting the environment and the soil, our vineyard is managed in a sustainable way, where we practice rigorous work on the vine (grassing, soil cultivation...) so that our wines preserve...Lire plus Learn more
After French and foreign experiences Benoit Daridan took over the family vineyard of 21 hectares in 2001 located at the gates of Sologne in Cour-Cheverny. Concerned about respecting the environment and the terroir, our vineyard is managed in a sustainable way, where we practice rigorous work on the vines (grassing, working the soil...) so that our wines retain their characteristics. Each year we produce elegant, balanced and quality wines from the Cheverny and Cour Cheverny appellations, which allows us to acquire various medals and to obtain a crush on the hatchet guide.
Before taking over the family vineyard in 2001, Benoit Daridan wanted to "move around". He then sailed for Spain, then New Zealand, where he admitted he had learned a lot. "There, the vineyards extend over four hundred to a thousand hectares. The vision of viticulture is totally different. It allows you to learn, and to get to grips with something else. Back in France, he then began to think about the type of wine to produce.
Son of a winegrower, Benoit Daridan has been immersed in the family business since childhood. Lover of wine and curious about oenology, he then turned to a BTS Viti-oeno. Today, Benoît is working to refine his technique and know-how so that the wines look like him and he can share a pure moment of pleasure every day.
Technically speaking about wine, I don't like it. Wine is about stirring up the palate. We work every day to offer an explosion of flavours to those who taste our wines and we want to constantly improve it.