The cellar dating from the fifteenth century is located in the old quarries of limestone extraction, carved into the rock at the heart of the town of Amboise.
You will discover an old winepress dating from the seventeenth century.
Constant temperature is between 12 ° and 13 ° which is conducive to the breeding of wine and allows auto temperature control during alcoholic fermentation.
For each parcel, the grapes are pressed and vinified separately.
The wines are raised in oak barrels from Allier or in stainless steel tanks for 6 to 24 months depending on the vintage.
They are then bottled and labeled in the cellar.