Here, diorite and its variants dominate, on soils called blue rocks. After around 20 years, or even 45 years depending on the opinion, the vine is considered to be aging, hence its name "Vieilles Vignes". Cultivated at an altitude of 400 meters with slopes of around 30%.
Traditional, aging in stainless steel and concrete vats. Manual and mechanical harvest.
Dark red color with a more sustained fatness. Often more tannic.
It has the same chords as the Juliénas. On the other hand, it can also be enjoyed with meat in sauce, such as coq au vin or beef bourguignon.