In deciding to take care of the soil of our vineyards, we have decided to stop treating our plots with sulphur and Bordeaux mixture (copper). This is to encourage the fungi and other micro-organisms that inhabit our soil. In this dynamic, we have decided to do without sulphites (sulphur) in our red wines and to drastically limit their use in our rosé and white wines. In the cellar, the key word is to intervene as little as possible and without inputs.
Life is good!
In the vineyard, to re-establish the life corridors, we plant trees. By resolutely taking the path of agroforestry (1800 trees planted in the last two years on our main 2 ha plot), we are seeking to move away from the monoculture of the vine. The objective is as follows: living soils for wines that are...alive!