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Santenay Red


The “Prarons sous” climate is located at the eastern limit of the town of Santenay, near Chassagne-Montrachet, under the Gravières.

Years of planting

1957 (1.83 ha) and 2016 (0.62 ha)

Nature of soils

Clayey silt


Reasoned, with mechanical soil tillage, plowing, without any herbicide

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Available vintages



Santenay is the last appellation south of the Côte de Beaune. This vast terroir covers 328 ha, including nearly 280 ha in red. Our wine comes from a single piece of land that we use at a place called “Les Prarons”. It reveals the expression of the Santenay character and gives supple and fairly fleshy wines.


2.45 ha = 57.3 worked = 6.05 ac


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between 210 and 215 m

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