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Planted in 1993, it was for 10 years the largest vineyard in Wallonia. The Agaises and Chenoy estates rose up in the 2000s. This estate is well worth a visit.

The grape varieties

Managed by 3 friends (Pierre Rion, Etienne Rigo, François Vercheval), this site is 4 hectares wide and features traditional varieties: Pinot noir (the iconic Bourgogne variety), Pinot Auxerrois (mostly found in Luxembourg) and Müller-Thurgau (which only develops its full aromas in cold regions) as well as lesser-known Sieger and Ortega.

The types of wine

Depending on the year, these grapes will make white. rosé and red wines. The estate has recently added sparkling white wines to their range: Bulles pour elle and Bulles pour lui.

Visit the estate

The producers will welcome you warmly and share his passion with you.  They do sell on site too.

Visits are free: simply book a slot via the estate's website. 

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Guide available/groups - FR - Guide available/individuals - FR

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