Perched on the hills above Lake Geneva, on Mont-sur Rolle, the Maison Blanche estate extends over ten hectares and boasts a wide variety of grapes, with Chasselas reigning supreme. After continuous renovations, today the estate has two cellars, a granite press with a roof over it, as well as additional plots of vines in Féchy and Aubonne. The estate benefits from a variety of soils like heavy earth, limestone and moraine soils which promote the growth of different grape varieties.
The winery desires to sell wines that are ready for consumption. This entails a practice where more barrel ageing is done, causing longer storage periods. The estate is distinguishable from their original idea of using all forms of Chasselas in their winemaking to offer it "in all its forms!"