the winegrower's sense for
Far from clichés and fine speeches, a self-respecting winegrower,
knows how to take care of his land and the grape varieties he cultivates so that they can flourish there.
Like any wine producer, Jérôme will tell you that there is no good wine without good grapes.
And for the grapes to be good, the soil that feeds the vine must be both healthy and qualitative.
A good winemaker is a man (or woman) of passion and reason ... with a special sensitivity and and unwavering common sense.
He aims to express the quintessence of his terroir by caring for his vines, cherishing the land that nourishes them, protecting them with dedication and love.
Not only does he want express the soul of the "terroir", by the passion that he puts into his work, day after day, throughout the year, and that will eventually give their personality and character to his wines.