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Soils

Spread over three different villages, the production offers different and complementary type of soils.

  • JAU DIGNAC LOIRAC :
    18 hectares of deep gravels soils.

  • QUEYRAC :
    10 hectares, gravely on the surface and a mixture of chalk and clay below the surface.

  • GAILLAN EN MEDOC :
    2.5 hectares on gravely-sandy soils.

Grape varieties

Before planting, we do an analysis of the ground to choose the most suitable rootstock to grow in the best possible way.

The varieties we have chosen are typical of the Medoc region :

  • 50%  de Merlot noir
  • 50%  de Cabernet Sauvignon noir

Cultural methods of work

The methods of cultivation used to control the production are planned using environmentally friendly practices. The aim being to use less and less chemicals.

  • Pruning by the double Guyo technique
  • Grass growth between vine rows 
  • Binding with three links 
  • Clipping an average of 5 times a year
  • Trellising twice a year
  • Green harvest : May and June
  • Removal of excess leaves before picking
  • Removal of green bunches when grapes are turning red

Thanks to the machinery we can complete the harvest in a short time when the fruit is at its best and most mature.