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The Cave du Consul was created around 1910 by Ernest Martin. In 1947, his son Robert started the direct sale in bottles. In 1970, Michel took over the business and developed it. Since 2006, the sons Laurent and Nicolas represent the fourth generation of the family estate of about 9 ha. The estate is made up of owned and rented vines and is located in the Perroy, Mont-sur-Rolle and Féchy appellations. Chasselas is the majority grape variety, 60% of the vineyard, along with many specialties, such as Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. In the cellar, this diversity is found in the fourteen wines that are vinified. The harvest is done by hand to guarantee a quality work.
The vines are cultivated on a soil of moraine, not very stony and very compact. The wine is vinified and aged in a traditional way with respect for the rules of art and with know-how.
|Taste profiles||Light and subtle white|
|Vineyard||Cave du Consul|
|Winemaking method||Integrated production|