90% Pinot Noir, 10% Chardonnay. 80% of the grapes come from Bouzy, and 20% from Ambonnay.
The soil is brown chalk, with a planting density of 8400 plants per hectare, on root-stock 41B. The vines average 35 year old and are pruned two ways: Cordon Royat and Chablis. The parcels are vinified separately.
The wine is aged for an average of 30 months on the lees, with 1 or 2 stirring. The current release is a blend of 50% 2015, and 50% of: 2012, 2013, 2014 vintages. Bottled without filtration. Not all the bottles are disgorged at the same time. No Dosage. No addition of SO2. 500 cases produced and 200 magnums.