The estate's vineyards are located in Lavaux, on terraced plots. They are spread over several regions (Chardonne, Saint-Saphorin, Calamin and Dézaley) and benefit from ideal exposure thanks to the "three suns" of Lavaux: the natural warmth of the sun, its mirror effect on the lake and the solar energy stored by the walls that are released during the night-time, (According to the writer C.-F. Ramuz). Along with the climate and perfect position of the vineyards, the geology of the region provides favourable conditions for the cultivation of Chasselas, namely the clay, limestone and molasse type of rocks. The region also promotes the growth of other grape varieties such as Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Gamaret, and others.
Several stainless steel vats decorated with beautiful oak sculptures of wine motifs can be found in the cellar. This combination of the two materials suites a wide variety of wines and pleases customers who linger in the production area.