We are located here at the top of the hill of Epiré, the highest point of the appellation, at the foot of the Moulin de Beaupréau. We are therefore on a well-ventilated terroir. The subsoil is made up of brittle schist with a vertical counterpart allowing deep rooting. The soil, 30 to 50cm deep, is made up of aeolian sands, sands brought up by the wind at the top of the hillsides. We talk a lot about the schists of Savennières but the influence of the sandy soils is also very important on a lot of the terroir. These sandy and schist soils as well as the proximity of the river, at the foot of the slopes, give the vines a very early ripening period. Ripening progresses very quickly and the skins are quickly refined. On this terroir, we are looking for wines with a fine and airy texture.