Day: August 12, 2016

Hadrien Dussoix

The artist Hadrien Dussoix desribed our wine with a painting after a memorial wine tasting

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New Symbol and Domaine Name

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The Symbol of the Domaine

The symbol of the Domaine, which is also found on our wine labels holds a particular meaning. It is an engraving, dating from II Century BC, representing a deer and found in the canton of Neuchâtel. In this era, the shores of the lake were inhabited by the Celts; proud warriors which were named alternately […]

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3D vision of the Vineyard

Link to the 3D vision

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Our very small yield

Our objective being to guarantee an optimal grape quality, we have completely rethought the wine making process starting with the selection of the plants. Six hectares of specially selected Pinot Noir plants chosen for their low yield, mild vigour and their grape quality have been planted. In fact, our Pinot Noirs naturally offer low yields […]

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Vaumarcus

Fleuron of the Canton, The Domaine Château de Vaumarcus Vineyard Of the 19 hectares making up the Domaine, 18 have been planted and taken care of by the Meier family. This includes, in 2011, the planting of the Clos du Château, the biggest Vineyard of the Neuchâtel Canton. The Vineyard is characterised by terraces and […]

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Our Terroirs

Vaumarcus The study of soils is fundamental in order to obtain the best balance between grape variety and soil. Thus, at Vaumarcus, there are 3 types of different soils: the first, comprised of yellow Jura limestone, demonstrates little depth, is influenced by summer climate since its water reserve is weak; the orck subsoil dates back […]

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