Domaine Johanna Cécillon includes 8 hectares of high-stem orchards in the towns of Sévignac and Trédias and 3 hectares of prairies. The 9 orchards we operate were once inhabited by Gallic tribes named “Coriosolites” of the Armorican confederation.

Our orchards include 14 different varieties of cider apples: sweet, bitter-sweet, bitter and sour.
The Trédias orchards are spread over a radius of 1 kilometer. They are hilly, consisting of meadows and hedges. Oak, chestnut, and hazelnut trees protect them, as well as broom and ferns.

These plots are accessible through tree-lined paths and trails bordered by old stone walls.

The plot selections revealed the aims of the forgotten Celtic lands: to produce exceptional, rare and fine ciders to share with others.