Vincent left the Loire to attend Oenology School in Beaujolais in the 1990s, staying in the region after to apprentice with Patrick Coton. Meeting Marcel Lapierre and several other winemakers that had a non-interventionist style. Moved by their wines, he knew that was the way he wanted to produce. Moving with Marie and their two daughters to Orcet, Auvergne, taking over 4.5 ha of vineyards and planting a further 6 ha. The region itself had one of the largest concentrations of rare pre-phylloxera vines in France. Their vines grow on limestone and volcanic rock.