Le Muid Montsaugeonnais - Auxerrois
23 avenue de Bourgogne
The Muid Montsaugeonnais is a vineyard of nearly 14ha, in conversion to organic farming, which produces white, red, rosé and sparkling wines as well as ratafia, grape juice and wine vinegar.
Our terroirs, located in Vaux-sous-Aubigny, Montsaugeon, Rivières-les-fosses and Chatoillenot, are particularly well suited to the cultivation of vines and owe their quality to both the composition of the soil and its exposure. Our 4 grape varieties - Pinot noir, Gamay, Chardonnay and Auxerrois - flourish there and offer us their flavors.
Since the creation of the Muid Montsaugeonnais, Dominique and Isabelle, our winegrowers, as well as their teams, have given the vineyard a real identity. This know-how has been recognized and rewarded several times (Salon de l'Agriculture, Guide Hachette des vins, etc.).
Since 2020, we continue our search for quality with the conversion to Organic Agriculture and the plot-based vinification, which will allow our wines to better reveal the quality of our terroirs.
The production, harvesting, vinification, bottling (carried out by a service provider) and storage (cellar and vats) are carried out on the farm.
The Auxerrois :
- Terroir : clay-limestone soil on the hillside and mid-slope
- Exposure : South-East
- Average age of the vines : 18 years
- Tasting: This wine should be drunk young. It will be fully appreciated as an aperitif or at the beginning of a meal. Its slight acidity makes it necessary to avoid malolactic fermentation (fermentation which degrades part of the acidity of the wine before bottling).