The slopes on which our wine estate rest, are not only located at the intersection between two approximately 150-metre-high hills, or right on the border with France, but also exactly on the border between the Lys and Yser basins. This irregular border can also be perceived underground, as the northern sandy loam soil changes into the southern loam soil.
Taking into account that Belgium is still an up-and-coming wine-producing country compared to our neighbours France, Germany, and Luxembourg, all these factors constitute quite a large field of tension. Entre-Deux- … you could very well add any term you like at the end! How about Entre-Deux-Pays or Entre-Deux-Rivières?