This domaine takes its name from the Ferté Abbey, a Cistercian monastery founded in 1113 that continues to serve as a spiritual beacon for its followers from the region and all over the world. The monks from this abbey were actually the first ones to cultivate the Givry vineyards, the abbey’s Premier Cru back in the 12th century was called «Em Sarviognenes». It has since been renamed «La Servoisine» under the Domaine de la Ferté. "
Domaine de la Ferté has 6.25 acres, and 2.5 of these acres grow the vines for the most renowed Premier Crus in the appellation. Like the other domaines, there are 10,000 vines for every 2.5 acres, and the average age of the vine is 35-years-old. This density and age guarantees the quality for the domaine’ s wines. Moreover, the terroir in Givry also contributes to the high quality of these wines. The ancient soil consists of clay and limestone. The vines located on the southeast side of the slopes are in a prime location since they get more sunlight, which helps ripens the grapes. From these perfectly ripen grapes, the estate has three flagship wines : the Givry, the Givry «Clos de Mortières», and the Givry 1er Cru «Servoisine».