Anjou’s carboniferous plateau nurtures this Chenin Blanc, thriving on clay-sand soils resting atop green to grey schists. Oceanic climatic influence adds depth to the wine’s character. Around thirty-year-old vines are cultivated with care, transitioning towards organic practices. The winemaking process mirrors its counterparts: manual harvest, slow pressing, and spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. The wine gracefully matures in vats for six months, exuding the essence of its unique terroir. Its clayey sand and shale soils, coupled with an oceanic climate, yield a spring wine with a white-fleshed fruit bouquet. The palate is fruity and round, perfect for an aperitif or sharing with friends at the table.