Jérôme Lambert was born in Rablay-sur-Layon, a small village in the south of Anjou, where he now produces his wine. Its possessions are limited, only four hectares, where only one of it is planted, with old vines (fifty years) of Chenin Blanc, on a land of shale. The rest is made up of lighter sandy soils, cultivated with Grolleau, Gamay and Cabernet Franc. The old vineyards of Chenin are harvested three times to obtain wines with different maturities. No additives are used in Jérôme’s wines and even considers that the new wood is itself an additive, since it alters the gustatory properties of the wine. The hand of Jérôme is felt in all the cuvèe he produces: the Chenin blanc finds in him a noble and refined expression while the reds are characterized by freshness and drinkability.