Wine making

Quality down to the very last detail

The wine making is made in separated varieties of grape. A blend completes the selection of both “l’Héritage” from Grand Français and the vintage intended be caked. The wine rests in oak casks for several months in French oak barrels grained from five different coopers to bring complexity to the wine. We choose the best barrels from essentially the Tronçais, renowned for the quality of its wood. With each vintage, 30% new barrels are integrated to ensure rotation. Fermentation, without adding yeast, is done after a period of about 15 days of vatting.

Of course, the bottling takes place at the château. Thus, the vinification is done in compliance with organic and traditional farming methods. The Grand Français spirit rests for at least 6 months before being captured in bottles, the
corks of which are rigorously checked. Through all the delicate stages in the production of wine, everything is verified to ensure our vintages to present the best characteristics.