Pascal Reverdy, his wife Nathalie, sister-in-law Sophie (Nicolas’ widow), and son Victorien run this family domaine, based in the village of Maimbray.
The domaine was started by the brothers in 1993, who had previously worked alongside their father on family-owned vines. Victorien joined the team in 2019, having completed his DNO at Dijon, with stages at Armand Rousseau (Gevrey-Chambertin), Châteaux Léoville Las Cases (St Julien Beychevelle) and with Christine Vernay (Condrieu). Pascal and Nathalie’s younger son, Benjamin, is currently working at Domaine de la Romanée Conti in Vosne-Romanée but regularly returns and helps at the family domaine.
Approximately 17.5 hectares are in cultivation, with about 70% planted with Sauvignon Blanc, and 30% with Pinot Noir. Hard pruning keeps yields low, with vineyard being grassed through, and lutte raisonnée being practiced. Harvesting is by hand.
They make white, red and rosé Sancerre, with no oak ageing, as well as three special cuvées (Les Anges Lots, La Grande Rue and A Nicolas) which are barrel aged.