Appellation: VDF
Cuvée: Piak!
Colour: Red
Grapes: Grolleau Noir
About: Piak is a slang word for the sound of a slap, in this case when you quench your thirst! Emeline and her friends use it to indicate they have “a dry mouth”, or rather, that they need a drink… Piak! First year made 2020. Fantastic thirst quencher, thirst enhancer. It’s unlikely to last long but actually does well for 4 days.


Location: in Martigné Briand
Size ha: 1
Age: Planted 1970
Soils: limestone and clay
Exposition: east west
Altitude m: 60
Training: on wire
Farming: organic, biodynamic, ploughing, in conversion to certification Bio.
Average yield hl/ha: 55
Climate: temperate with some ocean influence.


Two tanks one de-stemmed, the other whole bunch carbonic maceration, both for 10 days then blended to age back in tank for a couple of months only before bottling.

Vintage notes 2020
A very good year, with plenty of time to take care of the vineyard. Plenty of sunshine, some beneficial rain and an early harvest with easy fermentations. Wine style is very pure.
Yield hl/ha: 45
Harvested: early september
Bottles produced: 8,000
Date bottled: 2020-11
Alcohol: 12%
SO2 Total:
Tasting: Silky, bouncy cherry fruit with a touch of vegetal, glouglou with a nice core of sweet fruit, light body, fresh.