Made from a blend of grapes from each of his Pouilly-Fuisse vineyard sites “Les Crays” is a land of limestone boulders on the blue marl Pliensbachian. Located on the southern side of Vergisson hill, it benefits from great sun exposure and is protected from northern cold wind, producing a refreshing mineral wine rich with multiple citrus flavors. The vines were planted between 1930 and 1966. in addition The marn soil of “La Cote” brings power and minerality to the structure as well as length in the mouth. The clay-limestone combination of Tillers brings finesse with citrus fruit. The grapes are hand picked and gently pressed. The wine stands on its lees for less than the standard ten to fifteen months inside oak barrels with reduced doses of sulfites to produce a lighter and more fresh style. The wine is then personally bottled using gravity and often unfiltered.