Sylvére Trichard and Mathilde Sothier started growing their own grapes for the first time in 2014, and, failed completely. They had to sacrifice two whole harvests to bring their first wines to market. Since then, however, the duo has been unstoppable and have gained international notoriety for good reason. Since their winery is located in Blacé in Beaujolais, they naturally work mostly with Gamay, the grape of Beaujolais Rouge. But they don't want to simply do what all the other winemakers around them do, which is why they also make rosé and Pét Nat from this grape, for example, which attracts quite a bit of criticism from their more conventional neighbors. Above all, the two have managed to be typical and atypical Beaujolais at the same time, which sounds paradoxical at first. But anyone who meets them will agree.