Shortly after my return to the estate, in the mid-1990s, an opportunity arose for me to acquire a second plot of land, renowned for its chenin, located at Le Pin. Then a third, La Huaudière, a hill on the first slope, both on aubuis soil, west of the village.
Last but not least, we recently acquired the only parcel of land on the first slope to the east of the village that we were missing: les Chétevilles, 2 hectares on a perrucheous soil.
From now on, I am focusing all my attention on a small vineyard of 14 hectares, 9 of which are on slopes, with the sole aim of producing beautiful, airy grapes in measured quantities in order to obtain the optimum phenolic maturity for each vintage. The aim is to avoid any chemical or technical readjustments in the cellar.