Vineyard acquired in 1989 from the family Furth, from the Dordogne, it is located in the eastern part of the appellation and overlooks the Bréa, the tributary of the Dordogne that cuts the Bayle plateau from north to south. Its exposure to the east facing Pomerol makes it possible to obtain optimum maturity of Merlots and Cabernets.
With an area of 10 hectares, its soil rich in Gravel on the plateau, then enriches with clays down the slope. Since its acquisition, our teams have replanted part of the vineyard and carried out drainage works. The grapes are harvested by hand and sorted, then put in vats trying to keep a maximum of whole berries. The vatting lasts 3 weeks, the wine is then racked in barrels where it will carry out its malolactic fermentation and will be then raised on its lees during 6 to 12 months according to the potential of the vintage to arrive at a balance between the fruit, the wood and the wine. expression of the terroir.