This construction fits naturally into the landscape, like an extension of the vines into the town. The buildings and the gardens simply exude calm, reflecting the peaceful lives of religious orders. This is perfect for the slow-paced production of great Burgundy wines. Like a bridge between the 18th and 21st centuries, the winery is a natural extension of our winegrowing heritage.
Dedicated to producing haute-couture wines, this winery is both an example of architectural prowess, with its vegetation-covered arched roof above, and ancient vaulted cellars below, enclosing a magnificent winery space that is dedicated to wine.