• May 2020

    Plantation d’une nouvelle parcelle

    Après une nouvelle série d’analyses de nos sols, nous avons détecté un potentiel viticole unique sur une partie de terrain Continue →

  • Jul 2019

    Summer storms

    “Of all the scourges that strike the vine, the most terrible in terms of its effects is evidently hail. The vines Continue →

  • May 2019

    A big moment for our vineyard

    It was a magical occasion. The official opening of our winery took place amid a perfect alchemy of clement weather, Continue →

  • Jan 2019

    Just before the snow…

    We have now signed the provisional acceptance of our new winery facility. We are delighted with this true tour de Continue →

  • Sep 2018

    Permaculture and workhorses

    “It’s not just about the horses, it’s about cultivation”  We are delighted to now be able to count on the Continue →

  • Jun 2018

    News from the domaine

    News from the front from Michel Verhaeghe de Naeyer: The square footage of our vineyard remains unchanged, i.e. 5.20 ha. Continue →

  • Sep 2017

    Second harvest

    We harvested our Chardonnay on the last Sunday in September, assisted by friendly hands. This year’s more generous grape crops Continue →

  • Aug 2017

    First drops

    The first drops have been bottled. The task was carried out by hand in the utmost modesty. Although the bottles Continue →

  • Apr 2017

    Late frosts

    The unpredictable climate has proved extremely trying for our vineyard apprentices. In spite of the recommended biodynamic preventative dusting, the Continue →

  • Oct 2016

    First harvest

    The third leaf signalled that it was time for the first harvest. It proved a very special and emotional day Continue →

  • Mar 2016


    At the end of winter, once the sap has descended in the resting vines, work begins once again, starting with Continue →

  • Jul 2015

    An everyday struggle

    Winemaking is both a struggle and a delight. Every day, our vine workers follow nature’s rhythm and pay great attention Continue →

  • May 2015


    Training the structure of the vine is an essential step. We planted 7,000 acacia stakes to support our young vines Continue →

  • Apr 2015

    Planting by hand

    Who would have ever thought of planting vines in Belgium? Our hand planters came from the South of France, bringing Continue →

  • Apr 2014

    Mechanical planting

    Vines like slightly poorer soils. The less vigorous a soil, the greener and fleshier the leaves. Pascal Marchand and Yves Continue →

  • Jul 2013


    Following two years of peace and quiet, it’s time for the first major works, led by the marvellous Yves Hérody. Continue →

  • Jun 2013

    The genesis

    In the video below, Michel Verhaeghe de Naeyer tells us about his plans to restore vigour to his land, his Continue →

  • Nov 2012

    The earth at rest

    To give our soil a new lease of life through winemaking, our expert geologist has prescribed a resting period of Continue →