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The Vines

à Migé

Our Vines

Our vineyard covers 20 hectares and is located entirely in the commune of MIGÉ (Appellation Bourgogne Coulanges-la-Vineuse). The whole of our vineyard is located on the South and South-East slopes on clay-limestone soils.
We work with various typically Burgundian grape varieties. Our red Coulanges are made from Pinot Noir, a unique grape variety that is the source of the greatest red wines of Burgundy. With its remarkable aromatic palette, its finesse and delicacy reveal the essence of our terroir. Another emblematic grape variety in Burgundy, the Chardonnay grape variety allows us to produce our Crémants and our Coulanges Blancs. Our vines are planted on Kimmeridgian subsoil, a geological stage dating back 150 million years, which is very rich in Exogyra Virgula fossils (small comma-shaped oyster). It is through the typicity of our soil that our Coulanges Blancs draw their purity and their purity and minerality.
Our oldest vines are between 45 and 50 years old and are composed of Aligoté and Gamay grapes. We also work on a smaller area with Pinot Gris blended for our Coulanges Rosé.
The Domaine’s approach is to give our full attention to our vines. This passion drives us to apply a serious and reasoned work. The right actions and gestures are required at all stages of the vegetative cycle. Guyot Poussard pruning is practiced on most of the Domaine and weeding is mechanical, or even manual for certain vines.

The Domaine is also very committed to reducing the use of phytosanitary products, achieving a limited use that is fully compatible with sustainable development. Our Cartesian ideas have led us to develop the technique of green manure, which consists of planting vegetation cover during the resting period of the vine.

The benefits of this technique are numerous: limiting soil erosion, increasing soil fertilisation in a natural way and significantly increasing soil biodiversity.
The average yield in recent years has been around 30 to 40 hectolitres per hectare.

Appellation Bourgogne Coulanges-la-Vineuse

Great wine is made from great grapes!


High Environmental Value Farming

Since 2019, the estate has been certified High Environmental Value (HVE).
Certification is a privileged way to develop sustainable production and consumption. The certification of the farms allows recognition of the good environmental and sanitary practices of the winegrowers in the daily management of their farms. It is a voluntary approach that meets the needs of consumers who are looking for safe, quality products.