First, you have to go through Brazil and São Paulo, where Antoine Le Court-Chedevergne brews beer and makes wine after exploring South America. He meets Julia, translator from French. They cross the ocean, get married and settle in France. So here we are in Arbois, where the young couple is looking for a nest. After some research, they find or rather are found by a sumptuous winegrower's house from 1765 in Planches-près-Arbois, a small village endowed, among other graces, with that of having less than a hundred inhabitants.
Antoine’s family has always had a passion for wine. His Poitevin grandmother had a vine - everyone had a vineyard at the time. He studied viticulture all around the world and with many winegrowers. Its vintages come from organic trading harvests. The wine adventure of Les Valseuses has only just started with 2018, the first vintage.
No vinification aid is used, no exogenous yeast, and of course no sulphites when bottled. "The grapes guide us," says Antoine: "not too many rules and especially no recipes. "