This family domain founded in the early 20th century was firmly managed by Jean-Jacques and Anita who- following Marcel Lapierre’s advice-soon understood producing quality wines required working the soils and restricting yields to 22 hl per ha. Here waving the organic banner is not a priority. But the focus is on growing natural grapes with passion translating the terroir into wine and promoting these beautiful Maconnais appellation wines.--- Today-assisted by his two sons Nicolas and Antoine- Robert produces wines that are more natural. The younger generation is progressively taking over and after tasting loads of natural wines the domain’s wines are getting more and more refined while keeping their typical roundness and fleshy texture. And the wines will benefit from some time in the cellar before reaching their full potential. And don’t forget the Beaujolais Village wine first produced in 2013 and coming from vines belonging to the Chauvet family. Sounds like a come full circle effect, doesn’t it?