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Philippe Mesnier and I, Nicolas Grosbois, took over this operation in 2012. We work on the terroirs of Azay le Rideau, Cheillé, Saché and Vallère. The surface area of the estate is about 11 ha. It is distributed as follows: 9 ha on a clayey-limestone soil and the remaining 2 ha are in the commune of Saché, under the Calder workshop, on a magnumite...Lire plus Learn more
Philippe Mesnier and I, Nicolas Grosbois, took over this operation in 2012. We work on the terroirs of Azay le Rideau, Cheillé, Saché and Vallère.
The surface area of the estate is about 11 ha. It is distributed as follows: 9 ha on a clayey-limestone soil and the remaining 2 ha are in the commune of Saché, under the workshop Calder, on a magnificent flint clay soil planted with white Chenin.
We produce the two colours authorised by the Touraine Azay le Rideau appellation, i. e. white and rosé. We also produce red wines in the Touraine appellation on these same terroirs. Finally, we produce natural sparkling wine in white and rosé.
Nicolas Grosbois, is a child of Indre et Loire. He grew up in Bréhémont on the banks of the Loire and has a particular affection for this part of Touraine. The hazards of life have made the young winegrower see the potential of these vines develop from year to year. The domain of Les Hauts Baigneux was born. He shares the estate with his partner and friend Philippe Mesnier.
Being a winegrower means transcribing what we love and what makes us vibrate. Working the soil is something we must love and this is our case, which is why we respect it and make it a point of honour to work our vines and therefore our wines according to the BIO specifications.
Wine is a passion and a pleasure. That's what drives us. You don't need to be a great connoisseur to appreciate wine. Love makes it a good wine for us and the same for us and the same for the opposite, this thing can be different for our neighbour. This is one of the points that makes wine interesting. Our wines are offered to you because we love them and we hope you will find us in this opinion.