From John Khayami: This is the smallest parcel of the domaine, 0.5 hectares, in the commune of Savennières. On a small hillside where the environment is calm and one hears only the birds. "La Vigne Cendrée", in spite of its small surface, is an exceptional mosaic of terroir: purple schist, granite and clay silt. Because of the clay and the southern exposition, this wine is naturally richer. Half is aged in 226 liter Burgundy barrels and half in foudre, with no new wood, for 12 months, this wine is very "Burgundian".
From Skurnik: Planted in 2015, indigenous yeast, no malo. Practicing biodynamic.