Jean-Claude Courtault made the acquisition of the first vineyards in 1984; in 1995 the surface was extended to 12 hectares. In 2021, Stéphanie (daughter of JC) and her husband Vincent merged the two family domains, arriving at a total area of 29 hectares, which also includes some distinct vineyards such as Mont de Milieu (classified as 1er Cru) and Valmur (classified as Grand Cru). The characteristic soil of this area is known as “Kimmeridge”, a limestone rock formation rich in marine fossils.
The malolactic fermentation is completed and the bottles are kept in the cellar at a constant temperature of 15 °C.
Wine with a pale golden yellow color, with greenish reflections. the nose perceives a bouquet composed of white pulp fruit such as peach and plum, accompanied by herbaceous hints. On the palate, there is an abundant generosity and a marked minerality.
Excellent in combination with fish-based dishes and/or delicious aperitifs.