At the top of the hill, a beautiful cadole (a traditional stone hut) offers visitors a haven where they can enjoy the Clos Rocher cuvée while contemplating the vines that created it.
“A closed enclosure is a sad place to be – it’s better when it’s open,” says Jean-Michel, a wine-maker whose generous philosophy is that wine is best shared.
Historically, Cadole was the name given to the old huts vine in the Aube and south Burgundy'vineyards. The cadoles were built with stones taken from the vines during their creation or maintenance of the latter. They served as shelters for winegrower.