Stemming from a plot of land of Chardonnay planted in 1988 by Francis and Pierre-Yves, on a ground not were entitled to the Naming Mâcon Villages, but on a village of Igé all the same. This plot of land is exposed at the bottom of a hillside, and is afraid of spring frosts.
The only non-Apellation vineyard of the estate being classified as a Vin de France (a French Wine). This vintage is composed of young grapes planted by Pierre-Yves and Olivier. We want to give this vintage a fruity and young feel for a fresh and easy wine drinking experience. With appetizers, grilled fish, seafood, Burgundy snails and goat cheese from Macon, this wine will delight the Chardonnay enthusiast.