In Burgundy, in the south of the old Morvan mounts, exists a region where hills and valleys grow in a tanglle to shape a verdant lanscape which has not undergone the outrage of modernism yet.
This here ,near Autun, a Gallo-Roman antique city in Saone-et-Loire(71), that La Raboliere property nestles in with its 865 acres, hilly as you please. The territory is a real draughtboard of game farming,pastures and little wheatfields and buckwheat fields.
Overwhelming hedges, holly roads bordered with secular oak trees square this preserved bocage off for centuries and centuries on. Seven savage ponds give the final touch to this scenery which reminds to everyone that hunting remains an art..