It was in the heart of the capital of Muscadet, in Vallet, that David Landron settled in 2017, on the Aufrère farm, which covers 130 hectares devoted largely to mixed farming. David operates 6.5 hectares, mainly Melon de Bourgogne, in the Muscadet, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, Vin de France appellation, and a little Folle Blanche in Vin de France.
The estate has been in organic conversion since 2017 and 2019 depending on the terroirs, composed of Granite, Schist and Limon. No herbicides or pesticides are used for the crop, except a little sulfur and copper, applied homeopathically to treat diseases. The harvest and sorting of the grapes are done manually before a delicate pressing.
Regarding winemaking, it's the same philosophy, no input, apart from a little sulfur sometimes to accompany the wines in the search for their balance. The aging takes place in stainless steel, concrete, aerial and underground vats, on lees for a period of 6 to 14 months, in native yeasts of course.