Formerly in the Saumur appellation, most of the plots are now in the red and white Anjou appellation and planted with Chenin and Cabernet Franc, the two traditional grape varieties of the region. Organic farming methods are being implemented from 2019 to cultivate the vines, reducing external inputs as much as possible. All our vines are planted in the vicinity of the Chateau on plots facing East - South-East with an area of 6 ha. The soils with a depth of 60 to 80 cm are predominantly clay-limestone with light gravel and flint. Although the climate of the temperate oceanic type characterizes all the areas of Anjou, our plots and the park are located in the zone with a continental influence and known as very dry "protected" by the hills of Gâtine with the rainfall descending. below 500 mm. The Hercynian barrier turns out to be a real umbrella for the north-east of Deux-Sevres, which creates a very specific microclimate for the vines. Slightly harsh winters, hot summers with good sunshine with the prevailing winds from the West and North West.