Our Terroir

Our Vineyard

The Louise Brison's soils are clay-limestone,  where tis two grape varieties, Chardonnay and Pinot Noirs express themselves perfectly. Our vineyard stretches across a magnificent hillside facing south-south-east at an altitude of 320 metres. Ideally situated to capture the sunlight, it enables our Chardonnay (white grape) and Pinot Noir ( red grape) vines to bring the crop to perfect maturity at harvest time.

Keeping the soil fertile
We use organic additives and shred vine shoots after pruning. The soil is tilled mechanically to improve its physical and chemical properties and to ensure appropriate plant nutrition and the presence of fertilising agents. These techniques encourage the soil's biological activity. We practice organic fertilization, an alternative method that improves our soil structure and fertility and provides more resistance to diseases.
All this improvements maintain and help the biological activity of soil life and promote plant health and longevity.

Protecting against disease
We take preventive measures against a range of diseases. Techniques like short pruning, crop thinning and limited use of nitrogen help to prevent the excessive concentrations of leaves and bunches which encourage the spread of disease.

Maintaining biodiversity
Our farming practices help to maintain the flora and fauna of natural ecosystems, preventing the spread of pathogens and the long-term proliferation of a species.

Recovering wastewater
We have installed tanks for the recovery of wastewater.

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Produced by EARL BRULEZ
10 Le Grand Mallet
10360 Noé Les Mallets
FRANCE

Vinified and matured in oak barrels
© 2014 www.louise-brison.fr

Capital social de 159 448 euros
VAT : FR89327674594

Tél : (00 33) (0) 3 25 29 62 58
(00 33) (0) 6 07 38 92 08
Fax : (00 33) (0) 3 25 38 68 82