FRDEEN

Terroir

Here is the list of Féchy vineyard terroirs, as well as the geological nature of each soil.

Terroir
Calcareous soil with marl base
Calcareous soil with compact limestone base
Colluvial slope-bottom calcareous soil
Non-calcareous soil
  • These are non-calcareous soils, of light to heavy texture, deep (150cm), into which roots spread easily.
  • They rest on a very compact moraine into which the vine roots do not spread.
  • This type of soil gives wines a certain mineral character, tighter and more concentrated
  • Certain plots grow complex and elegant Chasselas.
  • The advantage of this soil is the possibility of grafting the vines onto Ruparia, which is the best rootstock
Rocky soil on spreading cones
Rough, sandy soil
Red non-calcareous soils

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