After having completed numerous internships in the main Burgundy Estate (Domaine Rossignol-Trapet in Gevrey-Chambertin, Domaine Olivier Leflaive in Puligny-Montrachet, at Domaine du Châteaude Santenay, etc.), oenologists and winemakers have received training. Sébastien Magnien took over the family property with his mother (Bridget Magnion) in 2004. The winery has a history of 4 generations of viticulture, and currently has 12 hectares of vines in the regions of Bona, Boma, Volnay, Pliny-Montrach, Mersault , Saint-Roman and Haute Bona. The vineyard is dominated by reasonable production. They do not use pesticides, herbicides, on cultivated soils. Greening work (spreading and strict gridding, peeling leaves) must be extremely careful to allow the plants to be fully spread and ventilated and to make them ideally mature. Each field (in particular the month before harvest) is regularly monitored with precision for each field in order to obtain the best conditions (better sugar / acidity and phenolic maturity balance). Harvesting is done manually, and the pickers carefully sort through the vines, then sort through the large barrels on the sorting table by vibration. The vinification is traditional and has a long fermentation period (around 3 weeks), the wines are aged exclusively in oak barrels and bottling takes place directly on the estate.