Hillside cultivated with vines since the beginning of the 9th century by the Benedictines, hence its name "hill of the prelates", even if the origins are perhaps older, as evidenced by the presence of Roman markers.
Gneiss soil, a baked granite rich in ferruginous elements (quartz, mica and feldspar), our plot is the southernmost, where the slopes are the steepest in places.
Plot harvested on September 28, 2019, fermentation in native yeasts over 8 weeks and aging for 6 months on fine lees. This cuvée is characterized by its freshness, its energy with a marked salinity which offers very good aging potential.
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