The name of this cuvee comes from the cadastral register. These are the oldest vines in the domain (over 80 years). They have always been farmed by us. This wine is deliberately limited to only 2000 bottles per year.
Grape Variety :
Type of soil :
- Sand and clay on micaschist.
- Shallow soil.
Age of vines :
Training of the vines :
Vinification method :
- Manual harvest with sorting of the grapes.
- The grapes undergo a slight maceration before pressing.
- Must settling to obtain a high aromatic finesse.
- The fermentation and aging take place in oak barrels, a quarter of which are renewed every year.
- During the winter, the wine remains on its lees which are regularly stirred.
- The bottling takes place after at least 12 months of ageing.
- Golden reflection robe.
- Nose of apple, vanilla with a hint of hazelnut.
- Ample on the mouth with a great structure and many fruit. Long finish.
- This wine needs to be decanted before tasting.