Anne Buiatti has been based in the Graves town of St. Morillon since 2019. Here she has 2 hectares of vines (along with another two in the Roussillon (Calce) across which she makes four different cuvées. Before settling in Bordeaux in recent years her and her husband Grégoire looked after a magnificent plot of Syrah on shale which they were able to buy before their move. Her vines in Bordeaux, as in Roussillon, are managed using a very handoff approach and without the use of any chemicals. They use composts, herbal teas, silica to invigorate and revitalise the soils gaining Demeter certification. Here she continues to develop the biodiversity; introducing ewes for pasture in the vineyards, beehives, orchards and vegetables. All grapes are harvested by hand and vinified back at the cellar in St Morillon. Whilst she hardly intervenes in the winemaking - fermenting with wild yeasts, neither fining nor filtering and adding no SO2 – her goal is to make controlled, precise wines without any deviation and variation.