Our vineyard is located on the heights of Sainte-Foy-La-Grande, between Saint-Emilion and Bergerac, both on the slopes of the hillside and on the plateau, benefitting from superb exposure.
It covers 32 hectares of vines, woods and meadows. Formerly dedicated to mixed farming (of cereals, orchards and vines) the vineyard currently occupies 20 hectares (with 14 hectares in production), most of which is planted with red wine producing vines.
The square courtyard buildings date back to the 18th century and the unsegmented vineyard surrounds them.
Recently renovated and modernized, the traditional concrete vats allow for plot-by-plot vinification. The ageing is also carried out in stainless steel vats, hogsheads (large barrels) and barrels.
The acquisition of a vertical press allows for gentle pressing. It also ensures better sorting of the press wines that are tasted and vinified separately in order to obtain a tailored blend with the wine extracted directly from the vats.