The bûcheron wait for the forest to fully mature before cutting, they then allow the timber to air dry for 6 months before kiln drying. This produces a more consistent and tighter graining, which ultimately will yield a product with more stability, thus a higher quality. The entire process is meticulously governed by the Gouvernement de la Republique Francaise.
(noun) A term for one who is a logger, lumberman, or wood cutter. Governed by officials of the Office National des Forets.
Genuine certified French Oak from the Burgundy region is some of the most sought-after white oak flooring in the world. Burgundy is known for producing exceptional grapes, the reason it produces exceptional grapes is the same reason it produces exceptional oak – the soil & climate, which is more conducive to a slower growing process.
Small Vineyard in Burgundy
Historic Church in Burgundy
1 - 8 Weeks
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