Our philosophy has always been to grow our vines in a sustainable way.
A family work from the vine to the bottle.
Pruning is done in winter and allows the vine to favour fruit growth.
The cropping of the leaves growing high up allows the aeration of the bunches and the appropriate ripening of the grapes.
It takes place at the end of August, beginning of September and is done manually to preserve the fruit.
Most of our vineyards are no longer weeded to promote biodiversity on our plots...
We use mechanical weeding with an interceptor, eliminating the use of pesticides and thus protecting the soil and groundwater table from pollution.
This soil ploughing with rakes enhances the structure of the soil by aerating and fertilising it in a natural way, encouraging the microbial life of the land.
Moreover, this shallow tilling improves water penetration while taking care not to damage the vines.
We are committed to preserving nature and what it brings us.