This tiny 5.7ha estate was founded in 1964 by couple Michel and Marie-Claude Jeaunaux. Situated in Talus-Saint-Prix, on a tributary of the Marne River, the estate is primarily planted to Meunier (74%), followed by the more traditional workhorses of Champagne - Pinot Noir (23%) and Chardonnay (3%). Their son Clémence is now leading the charge and is in the midst of having their vineyards certified organic. In the winery, they utilize a combination of old foudres, as well as oak barrels from trees originating in Champagne. This is a micro production winery with a hands-on approach in all facets.