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Coralie and Damien are like musicians playing a score composed by nature. La Grange Tiphaine is the name of the locality located in Amboise where they work with passion to produce fine and precise wines. They are of this new generation of winegrowers from Montlouis-sur-Loire who awaken the taste buds and dogmas by offering biodynamic wines that are only available in the region.Lire plus Learn more
Coralie and Damien are like musicians playing a score composed by nature. La Grange Tiphaine is the name of the locality located in Amboise where they work with passion to produce fine and precise wines. They are of this new generation of winegrowers from Montlouis-sur-Loire who awaken the taste buds and dogmas by offering wines with an incredible biodynamic character.
Since 2009, Coralie has brought a new perspective on winemaking and has equipped the estate with a well thought-out tool that respects even more the work done in the vineyard. It was a question of restoring the magnificent fruits and giving priority to finesse and elegance by thinking of the cuvée from the first blow of the pruning shears in winter for the next harvest until the harvest and then the vat house.
Biodynamics has been in the estate for 6 years now. The domain is in the process of being certified Biodyvin since 2014. Damien works the vine and its environment in a concern for unity, so that together they can work as a whole. That a balance be created between the vine and its environment. This requires the very principles of biodynamics, such as the revitalization of the environment and the intensification of organic life in the soil. Through this daily and titanic work, they provide the vines with the mineral and organic means to strengthen their vitality and resistance, so that they can defend themselves and draw their resources from a living environment. The result speaks for itself: the wines vibrate and are alive, what an emotion!