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Benoit Cantin

35 chemin des fossés 89290 IRANCY Tél : 03 86 42 21 96 www.cantin-irancy.com cantin.benoit@orange.fr Vineyards on the sloping hillsides surrounding Irancy are planted on limestone subsoils known as 'kimmeridgian':  fossilised oyster seabeds formed during the upper-jurasic period. Orientation south/south-east/south west. Wind exposure from the west and south west only. This combination of orientation and excellent soil type creates a...

Eric Darles

10, rue de Cravant 89290 IRANCY Tel : 03-86-42-57-31 Portable : 06-75-11-39-41 Mail : darles.irancy@orange.fr [spacer] Family run production of 10 ha handed down from Father to Son over several generations. Limestone soils tended via mechanical methods and using 'lutee raisonnée' methodology in the vineyards. Certain parcels of vines are 50 to 80 years old. Traditional vinification of Pinot Noir and César...

Franck Givaudin

Sentier de la bergère 89290 IRANCY Tél : 03 86 42 20 67 Fax : 03 86 42 54 33
Presentation :
Family run business of 10 hectares of vines within the appelation of Irancy where we...

David Renaud

11, chemin des fossés 89290 IRANCY Tél : 03 86 42 27 39 Fax : 03 86 42 27 39
Presentation :
Domaine Renaud is a family run business which has been present in Irancy for several...

Thierry Richoux

Thierry et Corine Richoux
73, rue Soufflot 89290 Irancy Tél :
Presentation :
The relationship between the vineyard and wine is our year long passion.It is a family passion that dates back to the...

William et Nathalie CHARRIAT

[vr]69, Rue Soufflot 89290 Irancy Tél : 03 86 42 22 21 cavecharriat@orange.fr[/vr] [spacer] Family run production installed in IRANCY for over four centuries and handed down from father to son. As was often the case in the past, wine production was only a part (2.5 Ha) of a farming enterprise which included many other activities. It was in 1970...