Burgundy

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Burgundy PDO
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Burgundy PDO
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Rully PDO
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Discover the vineyards and wines of Burgundy

Dozens of appellations, Climats classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a long and rich winegrowing history and rapidly changing know-how: Burgundy is one of those regions that are inseparable from vine and wine and whose name still rings out pleasantly in the ears of oenologists, both amateurs and experienced. From Auxerre in the north to Mâcon in the south, via Beaune, Chalon-sur-Saône, Châtillon-sur-Seine, Chablis or Auxerre, we invite you to discover one of the most complex and richest vineyards in France.

General presentation

The Burgundy vineyards are spread over three departments: Yonne, Côte d'Or and Saône-et-Loire. The Nièvre belongs to the vineyards of the Centre and the Loire Valley.

It runs for 250 km between Chablis and Mâcon and has 29,500 hectares of vines, of which 25,000 give rise to AOCs. Burgundy produces 1,500,000 hectolitres of wine per year, mainly white wine (60%).

The Burgundy vineyard is very fragmented. It is made up of lieux-dits and Climats, parcels of vines delimited to the nearest metre, each with its own characteristics, giving rise to a mosaic of wines and appellations.

Four grape varieties are grown. Pinot Noir produces particularly popular red wines. Chardonnay is the king of Burgundy's white wines. Gamay, in red, is omnipresent in the Mâconnais region, where it is largely responsible for its reputation. Aligoté gives birth to white wines and Crémant de Bourgogne.

The appellations

There are 84 AOCs in Burgundy. The most famous are the Premiers Crus and Grands Crus, prestigious wines mainly from the vineyards of the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Alongside them, more affordable, there are some fine Village or Regional appellations, notably in the Côte Châlonnaise and the Mâconnais.

The Burgundian appellations are hierarchically classified according to their geographical location, their yield, their grape variety and the minimum natural degree of the harvest. They are distributed as follows.

Regional AOC

There are 6 of these appellations, including Bourgogne Aligoté, Mâcon Villages, Côteaux Bourguignons, Passetoutgrain, etc. They are an excellent way to discover Burgundy wines.

AOC Villages

There are 44 of them, produced in one village, or even two or more; the name of the commune serves as the appellation. They include Mercurey, Pommard, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Puligny-Montrachet and Pouilly-Fuissé.

AOC Premiers Crus

There are 562 AOC Villages with Premier Cru status. They are produced on a particular Climat of a village and take their name from the commune associated with the appellation "Premier Cru", or even just from the name of the parcel. Examples include: Chablis Premier Cru, Volnay Premier Cru, Beaune Premier Cru, etc.

AOC Grands Crus

The 33 Grands Crus appellations are some of the finest wines in Burgundy, often described as exceptional. These prestigious wines are mainly produced on the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, where the so-called "Champs-Elysées of Burgundy" is located, a tourist route that passes through 37 villages between Dijon and Santenay: Marsannay, Fixin, Gevrey-Chambertin, Vougeot, Aloxe-Corton, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanée, etc.

The Grand Crus are most often named after the Climat on which they are produced: Corton, Montrachet, Romanée-Saint-Vincent, La Tâche, Romanée-Conti, Richebourg, Clos de Vougeot, Bâtard-Montrachet, etc.

The vineyard

Red wine, white wine, crémant: Burgundy is the source of a rich diversity of products. They represent a history, a know-how and, above all, a terroir. The region offers a wide variety of vineyards, each very different from the other.

Chablis and Grand Auxerrois

In the Chablis region, in the Yonne, Chardonnay reigns supreme. Chablis Grand Cru and Premier Cru, Petit Chablis and Chablis are among the white Burgundy wines to be discovered.

The Grand Auxerrois is made up of several small vineyards, such as the Tonnerrois, the Vézelien and the Jovinien. All the Burgundian grape varieties are represented: chardonnay and aligoté for the white wines, gamay and pinot noir for the red wines.

Côte de Nuits and Haute Côte de Nuits

This is the domain of pinot noir and grands crus: Chambertin, Clos de la Roche, Romanée-Conti, Grands Echezeaux, Musigny... are often synonymous with prestigious wines. Several AOC Villages also make the reputation of the region: Chambolle-Musigny, Fixin, Gevrey-Chambertin, Vougeot, Vosne-Romanée, Marsannay...

Côte de Beaune and Haute Côte de Beaune

Pinot Noir dominates, particularly in Volnay, Pommard and Ladoix. The Chardonnay does wonders in Corton and Meursault. Among the great wines, let us quote Corton-Charlemagne and Montrachet. AOC Villages are also very famous: Beaune, Savigny-lès-Beaune, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne, Aloxe-Corton...

Côte Chalonnaise and Couchois

Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are the main grape varieties grown in this vineyard which stretches between Beaune and the Mâconnais. There are some "Villages" appellations such as Bouzeron (aligoté for its part), Givry, Mercurey... Regional appellations are also produced here: Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise, Bourgogne Côte du Couchois.

Mâconnais

This is the southernmost vineyard of Burgundy and where Chardonnay reigns for the whites and Gamay for the reds. Find regional AOCs such as Mâcon, Mâcon-Village, etc. as well as AOC Villages such as Pouilly-Fuissé, Saint-Véran, Viré-Clessé, etc.

Châtillonnais

It is here, in the north of Burgundy, that the main white and rosé crémants of the region are produced. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay dominate. However, we also find Gamay and Aligoté.

Appellations

Saint-Aubin PDO

Fixin PDO

Fixin, a red wine from Burgundy to discover without delay

Saint-Romain PDO

Richebourg Grand Cru AOP

Givry Premier Cru AOP

Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru AOP

Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru AOP

Corton-Charlemagne, a white wine of very high quality

Saint-Bris PDO

Clos-de-Tart Grand Cru AOP

Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru AOP

Côte de Beaune PDO

As its name suggests, this appellation belongs to the Côte de Beaune vineyards, a sub-part of the vast Burgundy wine region. As prestigious as the Côte de Nuits, situated further north, the Côte de Beaune stretches between Ladoix-Serrigny and Cheilly-lès-Maranges. It is on the heights of Beaune, capital of Burgundy wines, that the AOC Côte de Beaune is rooted. This one is mainly composed of red wines, which play the score of the black pinot perfectly. Less numerous, the whites also unfold all the qualities of the chardonnay.

Bouzeron PDO

Auxey-Duresses PDO

Auxey-Duresses, an appellation in the heart of the Côte de Beaune

Bourgogne Aligoté AOP

With blackcurrant liqueur, it is one of the classic aperitifs. But Burgundy-Aigoté is not just a kir to be shared with friends. In fact, this AOC white wine has become trendy again in recent years thanks to the work of winegrowers who, with talent, marry their terroir to perfection with the native Burgundy grape variety, aligoté. Convivial, greedy, but also original and surprising, the Bourgogne-Aligoté AOC is an energetic wine with a real personality, in addition to being accessible in price as in taste.

Chambolle-Musigny AOP

Chambolle-Musigny, the power and finesse of a great Burgundy wine

Morey-Saint-Denis 1er Cru AOP

Corton Pougets Grand Cru AOP

Echezeaux Grand Cru AOP

Pernand-Vergelesses PDO

Pernand-Vergelesses, in Burgundy: red and white wines of character

Aloxe-Corton PDO

Saint-Véran PDO

Saint-Véran, the finesse of Chardonnay in a beautiful white wine from Burgundy

Vougeot AOP

Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru AOP

Vosne-Romanée Premier Cru AOP

Mâcon-Pierreclos PDO

Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru AOP

Rully Premier Cru AOP

Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru AOP

Marsannay AOP

Marsannay: the "Golden Gate" of the Côte de Nuits

Burgundy Hautes-Côtes-de-Nuits PDO

Savigny-Lès-Beaune PDO

Savigny-lès-Beaune, Burgundy wines with character

Romanée-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru AOP

Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru AOP

Pouilly-Vinzelles PDO

Montagny PDO

Givry AOP

Givry AOC: one of the jewels of the Côte Chalonnaise

Mâcon-Vinzelles PDO

Mercurey PDO

Mercurey, a tasty appellation of the Côte Chalonnaise

Chorey-Lès-Beaune PDO

Gevrey-Chambertin Premier Cru AOP

Côte de Nuits Villages PDO

Clos-de-Vougeot Grand Cru AOP

Clos-de-Vougeot, a prestigious Grand Cru of Burgundy

Mazoyères-Chambertin

Corton Grand Cru AOP

Pommard AOP

Pommard, an icon of the Côte de Beaune

Santenay PDO

Santenay, red and white wines worthy of the most famous AOCs in Burgundy

Beaune PDO

Morey-Saint-Denis PDO

Meursault Premier Cru AOP

Chablis AOP

Chablis, a white wine from Burgundy recognisable from all others

Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru AOP

Mâcon-Cruzille PDO

Nuits-Saint-Georges PDO

Nuits-Saint-Georges, signature wines of the Côte de Nuits

Clos-des-Lambrays Grand Cru AOP

Savigny-Lès-Beaune Premier Cru AOP

Meursault AOP

Meursault, home of Chardonnay and capital of Burgundy white wines

Montrachet Grand Cru AOP

In Burgundy, the hierarchy of wines places at the top the Grands Crus, prestigious wines produced in the vineyards of the Côte de Nuits, Chablis and the Côte de Beaune. Five of them are grouped together in the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, between Meursault and Santenay. Together, they form the Montrachet family, 5 AOCs that are among the finest white wines in the world. Majestic, splendid, prestigious: there is no shortage of adjectives to describe these exceptional white wines, the jewels in the crown of the Burgundy wines.

Rully PDO

Rully, beautiful white and red wines from the Côte Chalonnaise

Chambertin Grand Cru AOP

Bourgogne Côtes d'Auxerre AOP

Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru AOP

Puligny-Montrachet AOP

Puligny-Montrachet: exceptional white Burgundy wines

Chambertin-Clos-de-Bèze Grand Cru AOP

Volnay PDO

Volnay, one of the greatest red wines of the Côte de Beaune

Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru AOP

Viré-Clessé PDO

Viré-Clessé, a safe bet in the family of white Burgundy wines

Chablis Grand Cru AOP

Mâcon-Villages PDO

Vosne-Romanée PDO

Vosne-Romanée, one of the pearls of the Côte de Nuits

Pouilly-Fuissé PDO

Pouilly-Fuissé: all the charm of Chardonnay and the Mâconnais

Burgundy PDO

Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru AOP

Musigny Grand Cru AOP

Chassagne-Montrachet PDO

Chassagne-Montrachet: emblematic wines of the Côte de Beaune

Petit-Chablis PDO

Petit-Chablis, a white wine from Burgundy that has all the makings of a great wine

Corton Clos du Roi Grand Cru AOP

Chablis Premier Cru AOP

Gevrey-Chambertin AOP

Gevrey-Chambertin, a mythical wine from the Côte de Nuits in Burgundy

Irancy PDO

Irancy, an exceptional red wine in the heart of the Auxerrois

Saint-Aubin Premier Cru AOP

Fixin Premier Cru AOP

Mercurey Premier Cru AOP

Montagny Premier Cru AOP

Aloxe-Corton Premier Cru AOP

Pouilly-Loché PDO

Mâcon-Verzé PDO

Maranges PDO

Maranges Premier Cru AOP

Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru AOP

Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru AOP

Vougeot Premier Cru AOP

Beaune Premier Cru AOP

Griotte-Chambertin Grand Cru AOP

Volnay Premier Cru AOP

Pommard Premier Cru AOP

Pernand-Vergelesses Premier Cru AOP

Pouilly-Fuissé Premier Cru AOP

Mâcon-Vergisson PDO

Le vignoble

A & Arlaud

Alain Gras

"Alain Gras incarne la cinquième génération de cette famille vigneronne de Saint-Aubin. Conseiller de chasse du regretté Bernard Loiseau, il a réussi grâce à la qualité de ses vins à les voir figurer sur les cartes des établissements culinaires les plus réputés.

Arlaud

"Cyprien Arlaud a rejoint le domaine en 1997 et vinifie depuis 2004, aidé aux vignes par sa sœur qui a créé une société de labour à cheval. Quinze hectares principalement sur Morey, dont quatre premiers crus, quatre grands crus et cinq hectares de Bourgogne Roncevie qui furent autrefois classés en Gevrey village.

Arlot

Clos de l'Arlot is operated as a monopoly. From 2014, the wines are being matured by the new director, Géraldine Godot, who previously vinified for Alex Gambal. The wines are sublimely defined, including the Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru, the famous Clos de l'Arlot and the brilliant Clos des Forêts.

Arnaud Ente

Auvenay

Lalou Bize-Leroy, a biodynamist by nature, delivers vintage after vintage, naturally, masterpieces of breathtaking complexity and energy, reflecting his work, made of rigour, precision and humility, in complete symbiosis with his vines.

Ballot Millot

Bart

Martin Bart delivers vintage after vintage of formidable Côtes de Nuits of great classicism, focused on the brilliance of their respective terroir.

Benoît Ente

Berthaut-Gerbet

Bruno Clair

"Le patrimoine de vignes est un des plus nobles qui soit, avec les grands joyaux de Gevrey comme le clos Saint-Jacques, les Cazetiers et le clos de Bèze. À signaler la reprise d'un hectare de Bonnes-Mares depuis 2016. Elle permet au domaine de posséder toute la partie sur Morey de cette appellation également présente en Chambolle.

Bruno Lorenzon

"Bruno Lorenzon est incontestablement l'un des vignerons contemporains les plus doués de Bourgogne. Son exploitation phare de Mercurey est exemplaire, tant par la conduite de ses vignes qui peuvent atteindre une densité de 20 000 pieds à l'hectare (le double de la norme), que par la maîtrise absolue des vinifications.

Chevrot

Chicotot

Domaine Chicotot is a 9.5 hectare artisanal estate that is one of the most outstanding sources of high quality, yet reasonably priced Nuits Saint-Georges.

Claude Dugat

"Bertrand, 37 ans, impliqué au domaine de longue date, reprend avec ses deux sœurs ce domaine respecté dans le monde entier. Il cultive la discrétion et le doute, une vertu majeure pour un vigneron.

Clos de Tart

"Ce domaine appartenait à la famille Mommessin, le troisième propriétaire depuis le XIIème siècle, qui a défrayé la chronique en vendant à la famille Pinault les 7,5 hectares du clos à un prix pharaonique.

Colinot

Confuron-Cotetidot

De Villaine

"Comme annoncé, le domaine de Villaine, conduit avec passion et conviction par Pierre de Benoist, s'est agrandi. Il n'est plus limité à Bouzeron car avec l'acquisition d'un domaine à Rully, de parcelles à Santenay, Mercurey et SaintAubin, la surface cultivée s'étend maintenant à 30 hectares toujours menés en culture biologique.

Denis Mortet

"Arnaud Mortet continue l'œuvre de son père, symbole d'une modernité bourguignonne qui aimait la maturité du raisin soutenue par un boisé très étudié. Arnaud affine les extractions et l'élevage, avec des vins toujours gourmands, très frais, avec des tannins aériens.

Domaine des Lambrays

"Domaine phare de Morey SaintDenis, avec son clos de 8,7 hectares, quasi-monopole, coincé entre le clos Saint-Denis et le clos de Tart : on a vu un voisinage moins prestigieux. La propriété plus deux belles cuvées de Puligny-Montrachet, la cave historique et le parc ont été acquis par LVMH en 2014.

Dujac

"La nouvelle génération, Jérémy, Alec et Diana, est aux manettes. Le domaine Dujac n'a jamais été aussi maître de son art, profitant à plein d'une discipline impeccable de viticulture et de la fidélité à la vinification pour partie en raisins entiers, qui donne un cachet et un pouvoir de vieillissement supplémentaire à la plupart des vins.

Emilian Gillet

Forey Père et Fils

François Bertheau

Racy Chambolle-Musigny with bewitching aromas, an irresistible style...

François Carillon

Since 2010, François Carillon has been running his own estate, which now covers around 14 hectares, mainly in Puligny, Chassagne and Saint-Aubin. The wines are authentic, generous and clean, with minimal doses of sulphites, in total control, crystalline and full of minerality, resulting from a phenomenal work in the vineyard with a very demanding soil work. Already a great reference in Puligny Montrachet, much sought after by wine lovers..

Big Brother and Sister

Domaine Gros Frère et Soeur is a reference in the Côte de Nuits, appreciated for the silky texture and aromatic finesse of its entire range, from the Hautes Côtes de Nuits red, which is a model of Pinot Noir, to the Richebourg, which is stunningly complex...

Guerrin et Fils

Domaine Guerrin et Fils was created in 1926 to the west of Vergisson in the Mâconnais. The vineyards are ideally situated with a breathtaking view of the famous Solutré and Vergisson rocks, and below on the plain of the Saône.

Guffens-Heynen

The history of the Guffens-Heynen estate began in 1976 when the young couple decided to settle in the Mâconnais after living in Flanders.

Henri Gouges

The Henri Gouges estate is now run by the 4th generation, made up of Grégory, Christian and Pierre Gouges, who are carrying on the work begun nearly a century ago. The 15 hectares of the Henri Gouges estate are located south of Nuits-Saint-Georges on clay-limestone soils.

Hubert Lignier

The classicism and breed of the great wines of Burgundy.

J-F Mugnier

The famous Clos de la Maréchale by JF Mugnier...

J-H and Guilhem Goisot

On the chalky terroirs of the Côte d'Auxerre, Guilhem, Jean-Hugues and Ghislaine deliver an exceptional, regular quality of production, worthy of much more prestigious wines in Burgundy...

Jean-Claude Bachelet and Son

Jean-Paul & Benoît Droin

One of the peaks of Burgundy...

Joblot

The reference for the Côte Chalonnaise...

Joseph Voillot

Jules Desjourneys

After having worked alongside the greatest Burgundian names (Jean-Yves Bizot, Christophe Perrot-Minot, Arnaud Ente...) Fabien Duperray decided to bring out his own work by creating the Domaine Jules Desjourneys, in homage to and with the vision of the pioneer of natural wine Jules Chauvet. The wines are immediately impressive in their class, depth and breed, thanks to the titanic work carried out in the vineyard and the cellar. We had never seen wines of such density in Beaujolais in this stunningly aesthetic style...

The Bongran

Viré Clessé wines, unique because of their very high balance, of great class, capable of sublimating many dishes. Full-bodied, rich wines with great ageing potential.

La Vougeraie

With the Domaine de la Vougeraie, we enter the very closed circle of the greatest wines of Burgundy. The impetus of the Boisset family and the choices made since 1999 have propelled the estate to an impressive level of excellence.

Marc Colin

Michel Bouzereau

The Michel Bouzereau et Fils estate has been run by Jean-Baptiste Bouzereau (Michel's son) for 25 years now. The vineyard is planted with pinot noir and chardonnay, but the reputation of the estate comes mainly from the chardonnays, especially the prestigious Meursault wines from the best climates of the appellation, such as Tessons, Genevrières or the mythical Perrières in Meursault or Cailleret in Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru. The wines benefit from long maturing periods, 12 or 18 months, and from an ultra-precise vinification process, which produces wines that are easy to digest, with a rare elegance and depth... Racy wines that know how to age gracefully. Wines that every lover of great whites must drink.

Wolf Paws

Thomas Pico has been climbing the ladder since 2004. Rigorous and passionate, he pampers his vines like few winegrowers in the region, the wines enjoy a purity and energy that is as singular as it is rare, organic farming no doubt being a factor.

Paul and Marie Jacqueson

Pierre and Marie now run the famous Domaine Paul et Marie Jacqueson, which now covers 13 hectares in the Rully and Mercurey appellations. The care of the vines and the highly controlled vinification allow them to produce wines at the top of their appellation, always with a very good restitution of the fruit and at more than reasonable prices...

Paul Pillot

"Chrystelle et Thierry Pillot représentent la quatrième génération de vignerons installés à Chassagne. Ils secondent de belle façon leur père Paul, qui possède un bel éventail de premiers crus où dominent la Romanée, les Grandes Ruchottes, le Clos Saint-Jean, la Grande Montagne, les Champs Gain ou le Cailleret.

Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

"Pierre-Yves Colin a quitté le domaine familial de Saint-Aubin (Marc Colin) en 2006 pour un jardin de 2,5 hectares de vignes devenus 11 hectares et situés entre Saint-Aubin, Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet et Meursault. Avec son épouse Caroline Morey, qui possède également son propre domaine, ils partagent un magnifique lieu de production très moderne depuis 2015.

Ramonet

The Ramonet brothers, Noël and Jean-Claude, perpetuate the Ramonet legend, which began in the 1930s with the passion of Americans at the time for the estate's wines. The Chassagne de Ramonet wines have since conquered the entire planet and their reputation is worldwide.

Rapet Père et Fils

"Vincent Rapet a succédé à son père pour gérer les 20 hectares de vignoble, principalement situés autour de la colline de Corton. Les murs historiques du chai accueillent depuis quelques années une cuverie moderniste qui, associée à une série d'investissements dans le renouvellement du matériel de culture, offrent désormais à Vincent un outil de production qui permet de bousculer les meilleurs de la Bourgogne.

Robert Groffier

Sigaut

"Ce domaine artisanal possède de jolies vignes sur Chambolle et Morey vinifiés par Anne Sigaut. Sans s'éloigner d'un style de bourgognes classiques, équilibrés, aptes à bien évoluer dans le temps, elle a su leur communiquer et leur faire exprimer le charme dont sont capables les chambolles réussis.

Sylvie Esmonin

"Sylvie Esmonin mène son domaine dans une démarche inspirée du bio. Elle a adopté progressivement les vinifications en grappe entière, à partir de raisins provenant d'une viticulture rigoureuse de longue date. Cela a donné des millésimes récents d'anthologie.

Thibault Liger-Belair

"Devenu une référence incontournable, Thibault Liger-Belair a brillamment repris le domaine familial en 2001. Les vignes sont cultivées en bio et les rendements très maîtrisés.

Trapet

Jean-Louis Trapet is now at the top of the great Burgundy estates (3 stars in the Revue du Vin de France's Green Guide). Cultivated biodynamically, his great terroirs of Gevrey deliver wines that are more and more accomplished, precise, elegant and absolutely voluptuous.

Verget

"La maison de négoce Verget fait partie de la « trilogie » Guffens Heynen, où Jean-Marie Guffens, épaulé par son fidèle second Julien Desplans, applique les recettes éprouvées sur son domaine d'élite depuis les années 1980, qui servent de référence mondiale en matière de Chardonnay.

Vincent Dauvissat

"La viticulture est le point fort de ce domaine, qui révèle pour chacun de ses crus une verticalité et une droiture exemplaires. La forte acidité issue des sols kimméridgiens demande souvent 10 voire 15 ans en bouteille pour pleinement révéler la véritable identité des terroirs, mais l'attente est alors récompensée. Le domaine a la chance d'exploiter plusieurs des principaux crus phare de l'appellation." 5*/5 Bettane+Desseauve

Vincent Dureuil Janthial

Vincent Dureuil has established himself as a great signature of Burgundy. At Domaine Dureuil Janthial, he produces dazzling, pure, intense, highly precise Rully wines, true wines of emotion to be discovered without further delay, limited volumes...

Chandon de Briailles

"Géré depuis 2001 par le duo sœur-frère Claude et François de Nicolay, celui-ci s'étend sur près de 14 hectares intégralement conduits en biodynamie depuis 2005. Les vinifications sont des plus traditionnelles : raisins entiers, températures de fermentation n'excédant pas 30°C, et pas ou très peu de bois neuf.

Cécile Tremblay

"Quatre hectares, onze appellations. À la lecture de ces deux chiffres, on comprend que les cuvées seront limitées en quantité, hélas. Cécile Tremblay, en bio depuis ses débuts en 2003, s'oriente vers la biodynamie et s'affirme chaque année davantage comme une vinificatrice hors pair, intuitive mais ayant beaucoup réfléchi, lu et appris, et surtout comme une dégustatrice redoutable, précise et exigeante.

Domaine Ponsot

Laurent Ponsot

Château des Rontets

"On peut aisément comprendre pourquoi les époux Montrasi ont vite abandonné leur métier d’architecte en Italie pour reprendre cette maison de famille et se reconvertir au métier de vigneron, tellement le lieu est magique.

Antoine Jobard

Méo-Camuzet