History of the Vineyard
In front, the “Bondonnets” (i.e. “good casks”). This wine is lighter.
In 1957, only one “hottée homme” (600 litres/hectare) was harvested of a now-legendary vintage.
“Champs du Clos” at the foot of the hillside. Thanks to its subsoil and exposure, the quality of these vines is exceptional.
Then “La Loge”, “Les Côtes”, “Valbouroy” and “Vermoy” on the upper sharp slope produce wines that acquire elegance over the years.
Close to Notre-Dame des Vignes, a pilgrimage site, is “Les Fins”. These grapes are always riper. And this is where the harvest starts.