- Soil Type: Marls and calcareous clayey from the Kimmeridgien period.
- Varieties Cultivated: Chardonnay
- Country: France
Today, the Pierre Quenard “method” is a careful mix of traditional and modern techniques.
Following tradition, each parcel is vinified individually, in order to respect the identity and authenticity of the terroir. Modern technology is used to produce consistently high quality wines, while retaining the inimitable “Quenard” style. Each wine must find its own identity through specially adapted, tailor-made wine making.