It was Ganevat who ultimately helped Kagami find the perfect plot of land in the tiny village of Grusse, near Rotalier, where he would establish his own winery. Today, Domaine des Miroirs works on just 3 hectares of vines, producing roughly 500 cases per year.
Kagami's winemaking philosophy is deeply influenced by his extensive experience in some of the greatest cellars in France. He takes a minimalist approach to winemaking, allowing the terroir of each vineyard to speak for itself. His commitment to quality and tradition is reflected in every bottle, and the name Miroirs - a play on his own name in Japanese - serves as a testament to the mirror-like relationship between himself, his wines, and the terroir of his vineyards.