About the wine
Burgundy wines have a long history.
The basis of this is an extraordinary quality of soil. The geological formation of which took place about 200-250 million years ago.
This has resulted in various rock compositions forming in very small plots (called climates).
Historians first mentioned wine growing in 312 AD.
Since 500 AD monks have been involved in choosing the best plots of soil and developing varieties of grapes for wine.
They discovered that the grapes „Chardonnay” and „Pinot Noir” were best suited to conditions here in the Burgundy.
We, too, benefit from the centuries-old knowledge of the monks and combine it with today's ecological and environmentally friendly cultivation techniques.
We apply „la lutte raisonnée” - a kind of pest control that ensures a healthy harvest without attacking the ecological balance of the soil. This approach ensures that ladybirds and other tiny natural enemies help to control the pests that might damage our vineyards.
The harvest is brought in manually.
Every year, about 30 friends, family members and students come together, to gently pick the grapes, and each time, we all celebrate the end
of the picking together.
Afterwards, the vinification is carried out respectfully with pneumatic presses and the vine ferments in oak barrels.
In order to achieve the highest quality and continuous improvement, we apply conscientiousness, know-how and diligence, in addition to our love and passion for wine.
This is the target of our domaine and we gladly share our passion with you, our customers.