Situated in the south of the Côte de Beaune, Chassagne-Montrachet is renowned especially for its prestigious white wines. The soils best suited for the production of white wines are primarily brown limestone. The vineyard is divided into 22 different climates for the Premiers Crus whites on 70 hectares with about 3,300 hectoliters of production.
The vineyards of Pernand-Vergelesses are in a very hilly area, stretching over the slopes between Aloxe- Corton and Savigny-lès-Beaune. Pernand-Vergelesses has only six Premier Crus : “Les Fichots”, “En Caradeux”, “Creux de la Net”, “Ile des Vergelesses”, “Les Vergelesses” and “Les Plantes des Champs et Combottes”. This village is located at an altitude of between 250 to 350 m. We have 1,7 ha of this climate.
Situated 20 km North East from Montpellier, Puech- soils spread out on 250 ha between 50 and 150 m height. This terroir made of round pebbles on top of a four meters clay layer has a Mediterranean climate.
Established since the Middle Ages, north of the Beaune coast, this vineyard is very hilly and covers the slopes of the hills of Aloxe-Corton and Savigny-lès-Beaune. It is the diversity of its floors and its exhibitions that gives each of his creations a strong identity. The area of white production is 53 ha, including 7 Premiers Crus on 17.60 ha: Caradeux, Sous Frétille, Clos Berthet, Clos du Village, Quarters, Morand and Pernand Village. Our house has 0.94 ha.
The Pernand-Vergelesses vineyards stretch over the hilly slopes between Aloxe-Corton and Savigny-lès- Beaune. Only six of its plots are classified as red Premiers Crus: “Les Fichots”, “En Caradeux”, “Creux de la Net”, “Ile des Vergelesses” and “Les Plantes des Champs et Combottes”. This locality is one of the oldest vineyards of Burgundy: it was planted in 1158 by the monks of the Abbaye de Maizières.
Beaune is the capital of the wine-producing region of Burgundy, as well as the most extensive communal AOC appellation in the Côte d'Or. Red wine production covers an area of 362.74 ha, including 281.49 ha of Premiers Crus, while white wines cover 48.96 ha, including 36.06 ha of Premiers Crus. Most of the vineyards are located on steep slopes, with the Beaune appellation vineyards at the bottom, facing East to South, where the soil is a mixture of limestone and clay.
Established in january 1938, the Protected Designation of Origin Chablis is located nearby Auxerre, along the river with a predestined name "Le Serein". The continental climate, hot in summer, cold in winter, with strong frosts in spring - associated with a limestone and marly soil, makes the Chablis with a stunning quality. The rock contains deposits of tiny fossilised oyster shells. Regarding the Premier Cru, the particularity is that they are produced on either side of the Serein river (left bank and right bank). The most famous Climats are those on the right bank.
These vineyards cover the hilly slopes of Aloxe-Corton and Savigny-lès-Beaune. There are only four Premier Crus Pinot Noirs: “Les Fichots”, “En Caradeux”, “Creux de la Net”, “Iles des Hautes et Basses Vergelesses”.
Although Châteauneuf du Pape wines are well-known today, in particular for their great red wines (95% of the appellation) mainly from Grenache Noir varieties, connoisseurs will recognise in the white wines all the signs of a great 'terroir'. Two limestone plots at the Terroirs du Clos are kept for a wine whose uniqueness has no equal with regard to its delicacy, which will seduce palates that are seeking freshness and minerality.