This 42 hectares estate, with 16 different grape varieties gives birth to 36 different wines.
Domaine Henri Cruchon is above all a know-how passed down from generation to generation, a passion that encourages innovation and respect of the product, which in turn creates subtle and high-quality wines.
On the estate, the work is carried out as a family, with respect for the grapes and the environment.
Convinced of the importance of quality grapes, grown in a healthy and natural environment, Henri Cruchon and his sons turned to biodynamics in the year 2000. Today, some thirty of the 42 hectares of vines are cultivated according to this demanding method, which prohibits all chemical products and protects the ecosystems.
Among the 34 wines, made from 16 different grape varieties, several vintages are regularly praised by the media or professional competitions.
To remember: the pinot blanc, the chasselas Les Peytolères, the Noblesse de chardonnay and especially the pinot noir Le Raissenaz Grand Cru.
To taste these nectars, the Cruchon family welcomes visitors to their large and welcoming cellar, from Monday to Saturday, or by appointment for workshops or group tasting sessions.