Should it be a Petit Chablis, a Chablis, a Chablis Premier Cru to compose one of our wines we always focus on "rocks and leaves". In order to respect what is essential to us a detailed knowledge of those "rocks and leaves" is imperative.
This knowledge comes from daily observations and presence on our plots through the seasons. It is of coursee the right time for a couple technical interventions that will take the development and the growth of the vine to the harvest. It is first and foremost a special time to follow the health an needs of the vine stock and also the perfect occasion to get a glimpse at what they will translate into.
During the weeks leading to the harvest our presence in the vineyard simply intensifies, the number of grapes tasted multiplies and the idea of what the potential is is getting clearer.
Harvesting and vinifying sole pupose is to transform without any compromise our terroirs' aromas, flavours and typicity that is packed into small golden berries. Between weather conditions and the need for the right ripeness this crucial time in the life of a vine and a wine, better than bottling, materialise all of a year's work.
Stainless steel tanks, oak barrels or our know-how only are tools tha allow the grapes personality and richness to shine. every vintage, every Appellation, every batch is grown with precision and with the ever present concern to bottle every single drop of the Terroirs that are pacing our lives.
A life shared between a high level of presence yet low level of intervention that translates into organic farming where the respect of the our heritage drives the need to one day pass on this land to future generations and above all to be a true Terroir Translator.