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It is the link between Beaujolais and the Rhone Valley. Our soils are granitic. Among our AOC grape varieties, we cultivate Chardonnay but also Gamay. On the side of our VDFs,...Lire plus Learn more
It is the link between Beaujolais and the Rhone Valley. Our soils are granitic. Among our AOC grape varieties, we cultivate Chardonnay but also Gamay. For our VDFs, we use Viognier and Gamaret. Since 2012, we have been practicing Biodynamics, so we will obtain our certification very quickly. My vines are already certified in Organic Agriculture.
Harvesting is manual. It goes without saying that all our wines are vinified with the greatest respect for the harvest and fermented in a natural way, the only input used is sulphite for some vintages, but always in very small doses.
In Roman times, the legions had settled to produce wine in the Monts du Lyonnais. A Gallo-Roman wine villa has been found 500m as the crow flies from the estate. A mosaic with Dionysus and his adopted father: Silenus was discovered in 2012.
For centuries, the vine has been planted in Prapin. Today, we are working on our dean who was planted in the 20th century. In 2015, we produced our first vintage of amphora ageing (a small wink to our ancestors, the Romans). Our greatest pride: The trophy for the Best Gamay in the World in 2015 with our Antica red cuvée!
Originality, atypical and femininity are 3 words that describe our wines well:"All this energy and reflection in the cellar is simply aimed at the pleasure and respect of consumers""Through our exchange wines you can discover and share our love for wine.
The phylloxera crisis ravaged the vineyard and did not spare ours. Following this event, it was in 1903 that the oldest vine of the estate was planted. Detecting the potential of this exceptional terroir, my family continued to plant vines.