The winegrowing origins of the Binner family go back to the 1770s.
The Christian Binner estate began a new life when Christian moved to the estate in the 2000s: purchase of new plots, organic certification, biodynamic viticulture, new cellars, etc.
The fruit used to make the eaux-de-vie comes exclusively from the estate's own production. They are "owners - Bouilleurs de Crus" and not distillers!
The distillation of the eaux-de-vie is done in the ancestral way: by ironing in traditional copper stills. They are guaranteed "without added sugar" and are aged in barrels. The average ageing period of 7 years allows them to develop a patina. Always vintage, they all present unique and authentic characters.