Cecile, Alain and there daughter Laura have a strong bond with their land which goes back through father, grandfather and great-grandfather. They respect the biodiversity of the vineyards to maintain the natural balance essential to preserve the soils. Each plot is observed meticulously and they intervene only when necessary.
The quality of the wine depends on low yields and harvesting at the most optimal time. Their ultimate goal is always to preserve the freshness and finesse of the Gamay grape, while ensuring a certain power.
During the harvest, each juice is tasted. Depending on these tastings, different options are adapted to make the most of the terroirs: destemming, carbonic maceration, daily pumping over, pigeage etc.
Thus the more or less long maceration will give rise to fruity and fresh wines to drink young or full and structured wines to lay down for a few years.