The restructuring of our vineyards has been complemented by the modernisation of our winemaking facilities.
Architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte (who designed the new premises at Château Pédesclaux) was entrusted with the renovation and extension of the Lilian Ladouys cellars.
The interior walls of the semi-underground vat house have been given a deep Prussian blue colour, as have those in the barrel cellars where our wines rest peacefully. Chartreuse traditions merge seamlessly into the pure, sleek lines of the new state of the art cellars. These new facilities have enabled us to adapt our vinification practices to suit the needs of the new parcel approach as well as the strict quality standards of our new status.