La Bute de Saran is considered to be the best terroir of Cramant. The soils are filled with clay and limestone, with a chalky subsoil. This vineyard is planted with the oldest vines in the domain. The location is south and due to the high limestone content the soil does not retain too much moisture. The vineyard was planted in 1951 by Adrian's great-grandfather.
Les Longues Verges: Also on La Bute de Saran, but on a different western hillside. A very interesting plot, because the soils are filled with clay and chalk, but contain more moisture. The territory itself is divided between two villages, Cramant and Chouilly. Most of the vineyards are situated in Chouilly, but Adrian considers Les Longue Verges to be Cramant's terroir.
La Garenne: Located in the center of the village of Cramant. The soils are very different from Le Bateau and Les Longues Verges, they tend more towards clay.