The Burgundy Chardonnay vineyards we have cultivated since 1992 belong to Marie Pierre and François Mikulski.
They cover a total area of 1.5 hectares. The first was planted in 1986 and the second in 2005 by François Mikulski.
Annual production: around 9,000 bottles.
The vines are cultivated using non-certified organic methods.
The subsoil consists of fine alluvial river sediment, which is common on the lower part of the slope.
The vintage is aged in oak barrels for about 10 months, then drawn off and put in tanks for 2 months before bottling.
The two parcels that we operate are on the borders of the Meursault appellation, therefore the wine’s characteristics are similar to those of a Meursault: length in the mouth, rich, keeps well.