The winegrowers use the reasoned farming method (almost but not quite organic growing), the uncommon lyre system (it is the largest property in France to do so) and carry out hand-harvests. The lyre system organises the vine in a shape which mirrors the musical instrument, the lyre. This means there are two levels and the surface space is maximised. With regards to the eco-friendly wine production, the wine growers do not use any pesticides or insecticides. For example, to solve the problem of red and yellow spiders, they use a natural predator. They also have a weather station to precisely predict the weather conditions and reduce or shift the treatments which are 80% biodegradable- the reste being metals.
A total of 500,000 bottles (red wines, pale wines, dry white wines and rosé wines) is produced per year.