The unique location of our 4 different vineyards, with their respective microclimates and different soils, gives our grapes the opportunity to mature optimally. This gives us the opportunity to produce real terroir wines.
A. Hoevere Vineyard
The first vineyard was planted by the mill with a surface area of half a hectare. The location, along with the soil samples, gave us high hopes right from the start. We mainly experiment with different grapes and pruning techniques in this vineyard. The quality of the wine is optimised based on our research here.
B. Melkkuip Vineyard
This vineyard has a surface area of 1.3 hectares. It is situated near Boshoek and Melkkuipstraat in Boechout. This vineyard is beautifully located at the edge of the village and it even enjoys a micro-climate. The vineyard is on a slight incline and the soil consists of light-loam earth with a clay-like sub-soil. This makes the soil eminently suited to the Pinot Noir.
C. Kapelleveld Vineyard
This vineyard in Vremde lies at the intersection of Millegemweg and Eekstraat. This vineyard, with a surface area of 1.5 hectares, is located somewhat lower than the other vineyards. The soil mainly consists of sandy, loamy earth. This is the perfect soil for the Auxerrois grape, which has been planted throughout the entire acreage.
D. Mussenhoeveveld Vineyard
The surface water drops to minus 15 metres at this 5-hectare vineyard in the summer. The less effort the grapevine needs to make in order to reach the water, the better it is for the character of the wine. The soil consists of sandy, loamy earth with some light-loam earth. There is a limestone layer in this soil which consists of shells from the Tertiary period. This is highly suitable for white wine, as well as for rosé and sparkling wine. In 2019, this vineyard was expanded by around 1,000 Muscat grape plants and 3,000 Pinot Blanc plants.