The vineyard

We are located south of Nantes, at the western end of the Loire Valley. At the confluence of the Sèvre and the Maine rivers, in the heart of the Muscadet appellation, the soil of our vineyard gives a unique character to our wines.

The vineyard covers two complementary terroirs: Gorges on one side, with its soil composed of gabbro, and Monnières on the other where we find gneiss. It is thanks to this diversity of terroirs and to this optimal geographical situation that we produce rich and quality wines.

We also take advantage of the proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, which gives our wines an incomparable freshness, and offers us fish, shells, oysters and langoustines, so many products ideal to complement our wines.

Surface: 38 hectares
Grapes: Melon de Bourgogne, Folle Blanche, Sauvignon blanc, Sauvignon gris, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Grolleau Noir, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
Average age of the vines: 45 years
Soil: Clay, Schist, Gneiss, Micaschist, Gabbro
Vineyard management: sustainable classified H.V.E. (High Environmental Value)
Pruning: guyot nantais
Density of plantation: 6000 ceps / ha
Average yield: 45 hl / ha