- « En Brescul » is exposed southeast, up the hill and very steep slope. This funny name, diminutive of "Straighten-ass" refers to the heavily leaned position of the vine growers working in these steep plots.
- « la Combotte » : Located below the "Vaumuriens" at the bottom of the hill, this climate presents a hollow relief with different exposures predominantly southeast and full east. The name refers to the combe.
The vines are about forty years old.
Vineyard selection and management
Vinification and maturing
The grapes are entirely destemmed but not crushed (they remain whole) and vatted by means of gravity. Maceration lasts around three weeks, with more or less frequent cap treading ‘by foot’.
No œnological product of the yeast, enzyme or tannin variety is added, so as not to detract from such a precious terroir.
Nose: Ripe fruit and blackcurrant aromas