Reception of the harvest and sorting
After an initial selection in the vineyard during picking, the grapes are brought to the vat-house.
Built in 2000, it has three reception lines. In pursuit of the highest quality, a team of nine people sort the bunches by hand before they are destemmed. The individual grapes are then sorted optically and again by hand before being finally transferred to the vats.
All the vineyard work of tasting the grapes and harvesting them parcel by parcel is continued in the winery.
The vat-house contains 70 temperature-controlled stainless steel vats of different sizes, meaning that wines can be made to measure.