The grapevines are situated between Buxy and Saint Gengoux le National and are generally grown midway up the hillside. The slopes are gentle and face towards the east and southeast.
These grapes are grown from calcareous soil with high limestone content on the Côte Chalonnaise. The soil is very shallow and ventilated. The heavily pebbled earth is ideal for the Pinot Noir.
The wine is aged first in stainless steel vats, then in oak barrels or casks. How long the wine is aged in casks depends on the vintage.