The cultivation of vines was introduced into the Neuchâtel region by the Romans as early as the 4th century AD. The name Ruedin appears for the first time in official writings in the 12th century and since 1614, the family wine estate is recognised in the village of Cressier. It will remain in the same family until 2019, when Nicolas Ruedin hands over to his neighbour and colleague, Jacques Tatasciore (Domaine de la Rochette), who, from the 2020 vintage onwards, will interpret the grapes and vines of the estate with his own sensitivity and high standards. Located in the communes of Cressier and Le Landeron, at an altitude of about 400 metres, the vineyard is mainly planted with pinot noir followed by chasselas, gamaret, chardonnay and pinot gris. The vines are grown organically and according to biodynamic principles. The plots of land on slopes with a 10 to 30% gradient benefit from ideal exposure on clay-limestone and sandy soils. The style of the wines is precise, clean and faithful to the place. And if the Pinots are of course brilliant, don't miss the Chasselas parcels, among the best and most underestimated in Romandy, with a real potential for ageing.