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Winegrowers-harvesters for four generations, we have been running this 26 ha 60 estate located on the prestigious slopes of the Sèvre between Saint-Fiacre and Monnières, in the heart of the Muscadet Sèvre and Maine appellation, with various exposures, siliceous, stony and shallow soils, and a subsoil made up of metamorphic rocks (gneiss, orthogneiss, etc.).Lire plus Learn more
Winegrowers-harvesters for four generations, we have been running this 26 ha 60 estate located on the prestigious slopes of the Sèvre between Saint-Fiacre and Monnières, in the heart of the Muscadet Sèvre and Maine appellation, with different exposures, siliceous, stony and shallow soils, and a subsoil made up of metamorphic rocks (gneiss, orthogneiss and amphibolites), the fragmentation of the estate offers different typical closed areas.Concerned to practice methods of cultivation that respect the vine and its environment (without chemical fertilizers, with controlled yields and entirely handmade harvests), we have turned towards an increasingly natural cultivation of the vine and grapes in order to be in perfect harmony with the new environmental challenges.Certified ORGANIC on the 2015 vintage "Clos de la Févrie" From working in the vines to marketing the wines, the requirement and taste of well-made things have always been key words for us, and it is therefore with patience and rigorous work that our nutmeg give the full measure of their character and breathe the soil that saw them being born.
My great-grandfather, formerly a "gardener farmer*" on the right bank of the Sèvre, decided in 1913 to have his own farm on the slopes of the other bank by settling in the village of La Févrie, when my grandfather took over the estate, he decided to build his house and cellar on the heights of the village next to the vineyards. Today, I work with my father and we export more than 50% of our wines all over the world; to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil, Ukraine... * Term indicated on the marriage certificate
What inspires me in my work as a winegrower is to try to recover the gardening aspect that my grandfather once had. Bringing the soil, the earth, to life, leaving my children a positive imprint that respects nature.