Our domain is located in the heart of Beaune, a few meters from the famous hospices.
Created in 2006 by Yvonnick Debray, a passionate wine distributor, our estate is now one of the youngest in Burgundy.
It is based on 4 hectares divided on the Côte de Beaune.
Moreover, in order to diversify our appellations, we buy as much as possible grapes from some very famous domains.
Then, we vinify with the minimum of intervention in our cellar in Beaune.
We choose to mature all our wines in French oak barrels. We work with two coopers:
- The Claude Gillet family cooperage, renowned for its selection and craftsmanship.
- And increasingly with Cavin cooperage for its signature range: Aphrodite, for which we have a real crush.
The oaks used for these barrels come from France's 11th national park: Le Châtillonnais.
These 200-year-old oaks have roots that plunge into very poor limestone soil, giving the wood an extra-fine grain.
The wood is sourced, matured and blended entirely in Burgundy. Supervised by a Meilleur Ouvrier de France, the long, light toasting process is carried out in harmony with the lunar cycles.
Each barrel is signed by the craftsman who made it.
Produced only on request in limited editions, these barrels are prized by the greatest estates in Burgundy and Champagne.
Since 2006, we have been working in a reasoned manner with a clear objective: to intervene as little as possible, whether on the vine or on the wine, so that our bottles can create emotion and perfectly express the terroirs from which they come.
After 13 years of working in this philosophy of respect for the terroir, we finally chose to value our work on the label.
We have therefore formalized since 2019 our conversion to organic farming with one of the most reputable French actors in the sector: Bureau Veritas.