In our countryside of the Layon, our passion for Chenin leads us to propose this dry Chenin, a reflection of our schist soils.
Savennières * New
La Saponaire also named “grass soap”, is at the origin of the name of the village of Savennières. Schists and windblown sand soils in Savennières.
Bonnes Blanches Sec
A great historical terroir on the left bank of the Layon, Les Bonnes Blanches gives the wine a lot of power, body and texture, carried by great acidity.
Vent de Spilite
On the right bank of the Layon, a hillside of Spilite, a volcanic rock. An indigenous southern flora. An oceanic wind. All the contrasts of a unique terroir.
Clos le Grand Beaupréau
At the top of the Epiré hill, at the foot of the Moulin de Beaupréau, on terroirs of schist and aeolian sand, an airy and subtle Savennières.
Savennières - Sold out
An inspiration. Remarkable grapes on a vein of sandstone. The irresistible desire to create. Enthusiasm!
Coteaux du Layon Saint Lambert
Imagine the autumnal mists of the Layon, the careful selection of Chenin in over-ripeness. A gentle expression all in balance on the slopes of Saint Lambert.
Coteaux du Layon Saint Lambert * Sold out
Les Bonnes Blanches, a magnificent terroir of altered schist on the left bank of the Layon, offers us this superbly balanced and harmonious dessert wine.
Quarts de Chaume Grand Cru
La Martinière, a steep, very stony schist slope, is a magical hillside in the Quarts de Chaume Grand Cru appellation.
Cabernet Franc on the mountainous rocks of Anjou Noir in the heart of the Coteaux du Layon.
Côte de la Houssaye
The Côte de la Houssaye is a very pebbly schist hillside facing south-east where the Cabernet Sauvignon expresses its character.
Vin de France Rouge
L'Enjouée rouge is a wine of fruit and delicacy, a wine made from a blend of red Angevin grape varieties, a popular wine that does not deny its origin.