Our four-generation estate, which nestles in the heart of the city, is planted with parcels of vines aged 2 to 65 years.
The single chardonnay grape variety is grown on clayey-limestone slopes with Kimmeridgian fossiles, which, combined to best sunshine exposition, enables it to reveal its unique character in our first-range Chablis wines.
We now own 18 hectares, covering the 4 appellations on a selection of best-situated slopes.
After studying wine growing and wine making, our second daughter Claire has now been working with mum and dad since 2005, and is planning to take on the estate. Marine followed just after and joined the estate in 2013.