Since 2010, Yannick Champ is the co-director of the Domaine Prieuré Roch. Originally from Paris, he met Henry Frédéric Roch in 2003 and left the Faculty of medicine to become "vigneron" (wine maker). He did Masters in Vineyard studies in Dijon while Henry taught him his art of culture and natural vinification. Today he represents, with Henry, the spirit and the fame of the Domaine Prieuré Roch. There are two aspects in making natural wines: the choices we make in the vineyard, and choices we make in the winery. Here, we have chosen an organic agriculture. We employ some principles of biodynamics, but we are not yet certified. But this isn't the goal, it's just the beginning: producing correctly from the vine itself, and working with nature to this end. We say no to chaptelisation, acidification, saying no to modifying, the juice which the vine gives us. We don't add sulfites to the wine, for the simple reason we know how to do without. So all unnecessary products are eliminated.