These vines were planted by my father in the 60s. They have since been bequeathed by their owner, Mlle Poisard, to the
Hospices Civils de Beaune, who have given me a part to farm. The rest of the parcel is cultivated by the Hospices and the wine is sold the day of their famous charity wine
“Les Chevrières” vines are located at the top of the hill in the village of Chaintré, clinging
to thin clay soil, rooted in hard limestone stratums.
This is why its name evokes knights and royalty! It comes as no surprise that these
big-hearted “Chevrières” wines are always elegant and distinguished. Floral and fruity
notes, balanced and lasting, compete with mineral accents to gain the king’s favour as
well as your senses! Pleasure ensured with poultry and shellfish-the perfect match for
this wine’s complex palate…especially after a few years of patience.