Thierry Matrot descends from generations of winemakers so his understanding of the various and varied terroirs at his disposal is informed by decades of combined experience gleaned from his grandfather and father. In 2011 “The reds are appetising – ‘gourmand’ – with lovely, pure, red fruit aromas.” Thierry Matrot , September 2012. Having exercised lutte raisonnée in the vineyard for over two decades, a system whereby the domaine pursued essentially organic viticulture and vinification, but reserved the right to treat the vines if a specific problem arose, the estate has been totally organic since 2000
""This is generally Chardonnay territory, which is a more lucrative choice, but Pinot Noir thrives here - an insider’s wine of old for us. This has a darker, more serious nose again, earthy mineral notes adding gravitas. Serious in style, black fruit, violet potpourri, tea box and cedar suddenly give way to red berry intensity - really fresh, perfumed and then structured on a caramelised finish.