This wine was first made in the 1970s. We are the sole owner of the Clos des Allées, which is a parcel of 2.3 hectares, and belonged to the Luneau family.. The vines are planted on mica-schist and weathered schist. This used to be the historic border between three seigneureries (land owned and governed by a French noble) and led to the establishment of the village of Le Landreau at the end of the 17th century.
The Clos des Allées Monopole always has an elegant minerality
marked by this early ripening single vineyard.