Based in Chiroubles, Camille joined the family business, Domaine de Marrans in 2018, to work with his brother, who is married to Pauline Passot. He quickly decided to create his own cuvées, and in 2019 started his own label with just under three hectares of vines in Fleurie and Chiroubles. All harvesting is done by hand, and fermentation takes place in classic Beaujolais style in concrete tanks. The wines are never chaptalized or acidified, and sulphur is kept to the absolute minimum.
He will gain organic certification in 2024.
Frost, rain and disease pressure made for a very difficult growing season in 2021. Rigorous sorting was necessary, further reducing already low yields, but the resulting wines are very pleasing indeed, with good acidity, very fresh fruit and moderate levels of alcohol.