Winegrowers and producers from father to daughter and proud of their roots, they are “Vignerons Indépendants” , claiming their freedom to tend their vines as they see fit whilst respecting local champagne traditions.
The estate’s vinyards stretch over more than five hectares, across three villages of the Coteaux of Sézannais – Allemant, Broyes and Sézanne. The chalky subsoil and very varied soils in each village, ranging from sand to clay via silt and limestone, are major advantages for growing vines.
- Respect of the environment and the ecosystem of the flora and fauna by choosing to practice sustainable viticulture and protect biodiversity.
- Respect sensitive areas, no longer use insecticides and use lower doses of other products, using products that are accepted in organic viticulture.
- The use of methods such as sowing cover crops and rigorous hand-tilling under the vines, as well as tested prophylactic methods, using rainwater and recycling vine and wine-making effluents.
- All their documents are printed on “Imprim’Vert” certified paper, i.e. eco-friendly printing.
- All the deliveries are made with LPG.