Spread across the Guiteronde and Andoyse areas, the vineyard that we are currently using only covers half an acre.
The operation is among the smallest in Barsac, which makes it a very restricted vintage.
The subdivisions of this young vineyard are developed through a renewed operational procedure that includes harvesting, terracing and new plantations.
The vineyard’s density is about 6,660 feet per hectare.
The major vine is the traditional Sémillon, which is the principal vine for producing syrupy wines and makes up 95% of the vineyard. The other section of the plantation is used for the cultivation of the Muscadelle because of its aromatic uniqueness and sweetness.