A Family estate between Beaujolais and Burgundy.
It is between Burgundy and Beaujolais that the Chardigny estate cultivates vines and transforms magnificent grapes into quality wines. The exploitation of an area of 20 hectares extends over different clay-limestone hillsides.
In 2015, with various commercial experiences, Pierre-Maxime took over the estate. Quickly, Victor, holder of a diploma in oenology, joined him. They are supported by their brother Jean-Baptiste, who also works in viticulture and their father who made his career in bottling wine at the property.
All their vines are cultivated according to the principles of organic farming.
The estate has 8 hectares of Saint-Véran among the best slopes of the appellation, 6 hectares of Saint-Amour, 3 hectares of Beaujolais-Villages and 3 hectares of Burgundy. The vines are grown organically, that is to say without synthetic pesticides or herbicides. The good health of the soil and the vines are the key to having quality grapes allowing the production of unique wines.