Established in 2017, Fiona Leroy’s 2.7 hectare domaine is based in the village of Dezize-Les-Maranges, nestled in the southernmost part of the Cote de Beaune. Right from the start, Fiona has cultivated
her vines using organic and biodynamic practices, with treatments ranging from horse manure, to silica and nettle infusions. For the most part, work in the vineyard is completely manual, aside from the small caterpillar tractor which she uses for ploughing and applying treatments.
In the cellar Fiona steers clear of oenological intervention allowing the richness of her terroir to speak for itself. In the same vein, she uses only neutral oak in order not to mask the purity she aims for in her wines. In her own words: “Each parcel has its own identity, rhythm and its own characteristics which will be expressed in the wine itself.”