The Villages


The grapes are harvested by hand and then directly pressed in a pneumatic press. Alcoholic fermentation takes place entirely in French oak barrels, of which 30% are new. The lees are stirred (bâtonnage) occasionally during ageing, which lasts 10 months.

The soils of the upper slopes are pebbly and reddish (iron-rich olite) with a high limestone content and quite marly. These suit great white wines. Mid-slope, reddish-brown calcareous soils with abundant limestone debris grow full-bodied and flamboyant red wines. Clayey soils at the foot of the slopes take away some of their fire.

Pale color. Yellow fruits then slightly woody and toasted notes. In mouth, the wine has a round attack and a slightly bitter finish.

Fish, white meats, goat cheeses.

Vintage 2015 :

  • Gold Burgondia 2017
  • Gold medal Féminalise 2017
  • Silver medal Grands Vins de France Mâcon 2017
  • Silver medal IWC 2017
  • Bronze medal Decanter 2017

Vintage 2016 :

  • Gold medal Féminalise 2018