Grandfathers and grandmothers are treasures of our family history.
In the middle of the 19th century , Marius Fauconnet, who was a worker at the Château de Charnas, took over land.
He died on the front lines during the war of 14-18, leaving a widow and two daughters. They will successively marry Maurice "Marius" Finon who will have five daughters and two sons, including Marius.
Marius took over the operation in 1956 and developed aviculture at the very beginning of the sixties.
He developed the culture of vines and cultivated three hectares of Syrah and Gamay which he sold in bulk.
"All great passion is serious." Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Julie, or La nouvelle Héloïse (1761)