Maurice Guyot having ceased all activity since 1992, Antoine decided to take over the Domaine in 2011, after having worked for several years in different wine-growing areas: Chablis, Chambolle-Musigny and South Africa.
Nature lover and steeped in the culture of wine and gastronomy, Antoine's vocation for the profession of winegrower quickly asserted itself.
Throughout his professional career, Antoine has shown particular attention to the "water - air - soil" environmental imperatives and has always favored ecological issues. Its recent conversion to Organic Agriculture, coupled with a biodynamic practice, testifies to this awareness: Preservation of soil life, respect for cycles and water resources.
Always passionate about wine and gastronomy, Héloïse will join the estate in 2017 to co-manage this family adventure with Antoine.
Héloïse will accompany you in the administrative procedures, sending the goods in France and for export. Brand ambassador and community manager, Héloïse takes care of marketing and will be present at fairs or open houses, in France and abroad.
Closer to nature
Natural and organic spirit
The organic spirit
In 2016, following a reflection carried out in the direction of sustainable development, we begin our first year of conversion to organic farming. This development should enable us to obtain ECOCERT certification for the 2018 vintage . In fact, for several years we have gradually excluded all synthetic products in our treatments.
The estate's 2019 harvest is ECOCERT certified.
Our wines without additions
Our approach in the development of our products wants to be as minimalist as possible. Very little intervention without any external addition and by eliminating the systemic treatments which are practiced traditionally.
A touch of biodynamics
We have always respected the lunar cycles for our work outdoors and in the cellar…Several decisive encounters have decided on a commitment to this new adventure.
The observance of a biodynamic practice makes it possible to develop, among other things, the aromatic complexity of our wines while preserving the biological vigor of our soils. Perhaps a form of asceticism and a broader inscription of man in his relationship to the Cosmos.