At the beginning of the last decade, after stints at Château Thivin and Domaine Saumaize, Sylvain Tete returned to join his father at the helm of the is 17-hectare Domaine .
He's working with permanent cover crops and under-vine cultivation, including the use of small "chenillard" engines in the steepest-sloping parcels, and winemaking is quite traditional, with semi-carbonic macerations and submerged caps.
'These new releases show considerable promise, highlighting the progress that has been made in the last few years, and it's clear that this is a domaine to watch.'William Kelley, the Wine Advocate
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