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Located in the heart of a wonderful terroir, between Beaujolais and Burgundy, the Domaine des Chers...
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Beaujolais, Beaujolais Villages
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Our estate, with a vineyard area of 14 hectares, stands out for its geographical diversity. It is distinguished in two places: in the south of Beaujolais "in the land of golden stones" on soils...Lire plus Learn more
Our estate, with a vineyard area of 14 hectares, stands out for its geographical diversity. It is distinguished in two places: in the south of Beaujolais "in the land of golden stones" on clay-limestone soils. This soil of predilection of the Chardonnay grape variety has been chosen for the production of our crémant de bourgogne. To the north of the vineyard "les crus" on sandy granitic soils with an exceptional terroir planted only with old vines (50 to 90 years old) for the elaboration of our brouilly. This judicious choice makes our wines exceptional wines.
Passed down from father to son for four generations, the estate located in "les pierres dorées" is now managed by Olivier who ensures the continuity and development of the family business. Over the past ten years, the estate has been in full evolution: sustainable viticulture, chardonnay planting and the acquisition of new plots in one of the most prestigious Beaujolais "Brouilly" wines.
More than a job, a passion.... For me, working the land is the essence of well-being. Thus, in order to maintain the quality effort on the estate, we would like to personally carry out all the work on the vine and wine until it is marketed.
We are really committed to the sharing that is developing between us and the consumers of our wines.
Concerned about the appreciations and remarks that can make our vintages evolve in the right direction.
To be a winegrower is to be an adventurer... We never know what "Mother Nature" has in store for us... We strive to maintain and above all to magnify the development of our vines by replanting the plots so that we can pass on part of our work to future generations, who I hope will be proud to work on the estate and make our activity prosper. Today, we are working to cultivate with respect this very special heritage, which is our working tool.