Located at 10 minutes from the centre of Angers, at the south of Loire, the viticultural property is in the heart of denominations Côteaux de l’Aubance and Anjou Villages Brissac. Since 2000, the Val of Loire has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Descendant of a large family of winegrowers since 1880, the vineyard covers now an area of 62 hectares. The production is mainly made of Anjou Villages Brissac and Côteaux de l’Aubance wines, born from selection of noble rotten parts, declined in 5 harvests depending on the richness in sugar of classifications and their plot origin.
Being from 10 to 90 years old, property’s grapevines are allocated on the best soils of schists and driven according to cultural principles of our ancestors: work of soils by ploughing, green covering, short pruning, manual crop for noble denominations, and reasoned control against illnesses for the high quality of wines and for the respect of what nature gives us. Since 1999, they do not use synthetic chemical products and mechanically cultivate between roots; soil enrichers are done by supply of organic compost.
Their philosophy is to produce quality, gourmand and affordable wines.
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