We also discovered the impressive vat room where the different grape juices from the harvest are processed, as well as seeing the traditional wine-making tools. Six generations of the Vollereaux family have succeeded one another to ensure the continuity of the House’s expertise. Today, Franck oversees the business.
After visiting the property, we went to the vineyard for a picnic in the heart of the vineyard. Presented in a pretty little basket, it was entirely made up of delicacies from local producers, including charcuterie, cheeses, as well as tiramisu made with Biscuit Rose de Reims.
We sampled everything accompanied by a glass of champagne… and some water, of course! A real treat, especially as the view before us was simply stunning. We didn’t want the day to end. It felt so wonderful to be in the midst of nature, surrounded by the vines.