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The Neuchâtel vineyards are part of the Three Lakes region and form a long, narrow strip covering an area of around 950 ha. The vine has been part of the landscape since the Roman colonisation and has undergone a steady expansion, particularly due to the work of the monks. With a total surface area of 1400 ha, the vineyard reached its peak in the 17th century. As everywhere else, the phylloxera crisis, followed by land pressure, led to a significant reduction in the vineyard area. Discreet in size, the Neuchâtel vineyard nevertheless has solid assets. The first is linked to the grape variety, which benefits from a relatively dry, well-ventilated, sunny climate, with the lake as a thermal regulator and the Jura mountains as a protector against the Atlantic currents. The stony, chalky soils of the coastal Jurassic are particularly well suited to this grape variety, which can find some of the most complete and subtle expressions of the country here, and whose reputation has already crossed borders for some time, following the example of the wines of Domaine de la Rochette.In white wines, Chasselas is the main grape variety (about 30% of the production) and gives here wines oriented towards freshness and dynamism.