Our winemaking is a natural continuation of our farming, as they are intrinsically linked. Just as we’ve shepherded vines throughout seasons, our task remains one of quiet observation, of understanding what is in front of us. We do not use our hands to mold the raw material to our liking, but rather to help preserve its natural shape. When those hands become stained, crevassed and cut, it is not because we’ve conceived a wine to our image, but because we’ve carefully watched over a process well beyond our influence, one guided by nature.
We impart only the most delicate touch in the cellar, with native yeasts and gentle extractions encouraging the grapes into fermentation in oak, concrete and stainless steel vessels. The wines are raised on their lees in a mix of used and new French oak barrels. Filtration and fining are rare and the final touch only when absolutely necessary. Our philosophy guides us in the pursuit of a seamless, transparent and singular expression of terroir.
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