Domaine Arnaud Lambert is situated in the Anjou region, specifically in the village of Saint-Cyr-en-Bourg, which is regarded for its unique terroir and favourable grape-growing conditions.
Arnaud Lambert took over the family vineyards in 2009 and decided to transition them to organic and biodynamic farming practices. He believed these methods would enhance the quality of the grapes and express the true essence of the terroir in his wines. Today, the estate is certified organic and biodynamic, reflecting its commitment to sustainable viticulture and respect for the environment.
The vineyards of Domaine Arnaud Lambert span approximately 40 hectares (99 acres) and are planted with various grape varieties. The flagship grape of the estate is Chenin Blanc, which excels in the region and is used to produce a range of white wines, including dry, off-dry, and sweet styles. Arnaud Lambert is known for his meticulous vineyard work, including rigorous grape selection and hand harvesting, ensuring that only the finest grapes are used for winemaking.
In addition to Chenin Blanc, Domaine Arnaud Lambert also cultivates Cabernet Franc, the predominant red grape variety in the region. The estate produces red wines that showcase the character and elegance of Cabernet Franc, capturing the essence of the Anjou terroir.