Benoit Cantin - Irancy

Family Owned for 5 générations, Domaine Benoit Cantin covers 13.5 Ha in the Heart of the Irancy vineyard. Benoit took over in 1994 and wish to establish in Few Years his son Felicien or his daughter Emeline.
Benoit Cantin does not want to go to the organic certification to keep his freedom but his philosophy is to respect his Terroir and the nature. Benoit is part of a Program Name Biodivine to protect the Biodiversity in the Vineyard. 
The Water used in the Vineyard comes from the Rain and some of the oak barrell are made from his own oak tree.

what about Irancy?

The Vineyard at Irancy Looks like an Arena around the village. Irancy is located in burgundy, in the district of Yonne, at 18Km from Chablis. The Vineyards of Irancy cover 160 Hectars (20 growers). It's Average production is 80000 cases per year.
The Grapes are Pinot noir and up to 10% Cesar in the blend for the palotte (Only red and rosé wines).
The Soil is compose of limestone, marl and clay from  the Kimmeridgien.
The Average Yield is 45 Hl/ Ha.

Why Having Cantin With Terroirs Export?

Benoit Cantin's Irancy has been the first wine I tasted while i was 10 or 11. This is maybe why I am today working in the wine industry. His wines are pure, well made and bring a fantastic value to the wine drinker.
When I start Terroirs Export, I went to see benoit to export his wines. He never really did it before and agreed right away.