During the snowy month of December 2017, the Domaine was created, born of a desire for independance and freedom.
This 2.70-hectare domaine, which is perched on the hill of a small Burgundy village called Dezize-Les-Maranges, is the result of unexpected encounters, hard work and lucky star.
The appellation Marange, which is situated in Cote de Beaune at the foot of the Montagne des Trois Croix, encompasses 3 villages: Dezize-les-Maranges, Sampigny-les-Maranges et Cheilly-les-Maranges.
From an agricultural and ecological point of view, this appellation is one of the most diversified of the Cote de Beaune thanks to its woods, rivers, pastures, livestock farming, wild fauna, hills and valleys. These valuable characteristics require a lot of care.
Growing grapes implies respecting the plant, the soil and its fauna, that’s why we are committed to organic and biodynamic culture.
I fell in love with the beautiful hilly landscapes of Maranges and I am very proud to work these unique vineyards, perpetuating the ancient tradition of grape growing and wine making.
I dedicate my wines to my grand-father who unwittingly passed on his love for working the soil to me.