Yves Leccia has put a lot of effort into the development of the family domain while actively participating in the revival of the Corsican wine industry. Today he is still president of UVA Corse and president of the Scientific and Technical Committee for Wine. At the same time, together with several other winegrowers, he is at the basis of the recognition of Corsican wines, especially in the top French gastronomy.
In 2004, Yves left the family domain to found Domaine Yves Leccia supported by his wife Sandrine, who also comes from a wine-growing family but from Alsace. From 8 hectares in the beginning (6 hectares on E Croce and 2 hectares on Partinelone), a restructuring program brought the area of the domain to 15 hectares, of which 9 hectares in total are now on Partinelone. They did this mainly on the basis of the reintroduction of old grape varieties.