The grapes are today harvested by hand and are transported in pierced cases to the presses.The juice is fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. The wines are then elaborated with the blending of two grape varietials: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir for the Crémant Brut and 100% Pinot Noir for the Crémant Rosé.
The next stage is the creation of effervescence: the wines are bottled and yeast is added, allowing the second fermentation process to begin, in keeping with the principles of the traditional Champenois method. Depending on the lots, the effervescence process in the bottles will last between 10 and 20 months. The last stage is the disgorging of the bottles, followed by the addition of a liqueur.
The vineyards are located in the Yonne and the Hautes Côtes, which contribute to their freshness and crispness, to which they add grapes from the Mâconnais, which provide a more pronounced wine flavor and aromatic strength.