The Domaine Genoux, Château de Mérande, covers an area of 12 hectares Seven hectares are reserved for the Mondeuse, some of which old vines are more than half a century old and produce in limited quantities a wine that expresses all the richness and typicality of the Cru Arbin. Two hectares are planted in Roussanne at the foot of the Rocher "le Grand Blanc", the other great terroir of Bergeron.
One and a half hectares, on the glacial moraines of Mérande, is planted in Altesse and produces Roussette de Savoie, the great white wine of Savoie. Gamay, Jacquère and Persan share the remaining tens of ares.
Since 2000, the vineyard has expanded with the re-cultivation of old slopes belonging to the most prestigious of the Cru, such as "le Paradis" and "les Terrasses de Lourdens" and in a few years it has become the reference of the appellation.