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From North to South you will find bellow some of the most prestigious domains we import in exclusivity for you.
You can discover the whole list of Burgundy domains we import on the French wine section of our portfolio.
The Michel family has been making Chablis since 1850. The family vineyard, whose vines are 45 years old on average, is located in the heart of the original Chablis terroir, on the most prestigious parcels within a radius of two kilometers from the winery.
The 25 hectares of the Domaine’s vineyards cover all four appellations: Chablis Grand Cru, Premier Cru, Chablis, and Petit Chablis. The Domaine makes three Grand Crus (Grenouilles, Les Clos, Vaudésir), as well as seven Premier Crus.
Each vineyard is managed individually, with its own regime of pruning, leaf pulling, green harvest, cover crops, and tilling designed to maximize vine health and help express the site. Fermentation takes place with indigenous yeast only.
In the 1980s the family decided to stop using barrels for wine maturation switching to stainless steel tanks which are totally neutral and allow the expression of complexity and pureness of the aromas, respecting the authentic taste of true Chablis, without any artificial wood.
Bruno Clair has founded the domain which bears his name in 1979. Apart from Marsannay where it is based, the domain of 24 hectares includes many other appellations such as Chambolle-Musigny, Vosnes Romanée, Clos de Bèze, and Clos St-Jacques. With regards to viticulture, Domaine Bruno Clair believes in the total absence of chemical fertilizers, the exclusive use of compost, and in plowings and harrowing the soil throughout the year. Grapes are partially destemmed and alcoholic fermentation uses indigenous yeasts exclusively. The wines are aged in oak barrels. The percentage of new barrels used varies from 20 to 50 %, according to the vintage. Bottling is carried out after a period of maturation which may be from 16 to 22 months.
The domain is managed by Eric Rousseau, with the help of his daughter Cyrielle. It has expanded over the years and today covers more than 15 hectares including 8.52 hectares Grand Crus, situated in Gevrey Chambertin and Morey-Saint-Denis. The experience of four generations has given the Rousseau family an understanding of the intricacies of each of their terroirs, parcels, and vines. Yield is between 30 hl and 40 hl per hectare. The domain produces 11 different wines averaging 63,000 bottles a year. Among the appellations of the domain are Ruchottes-Chambertin Clos des Ruchottes (Monopole), Clos Saint-Jacques (most important share of this appellation with 2.21 ha), Chambertin Clos de Bèze and Chambertin.
Domaine Denis Mortet, GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN
Charles Mortet set up his estate in 1956 with a single hectare of vines. Then his son, Denis Mortet, funded his domain in 1993. Today his son Arnaud manages the 11.2 Domaine which includes two grands crus: Clos-de-Vougeot and Chambertin.
Thanks to a destemmer especially designed for the estate, in 2008 for the first time the Domaine produced wine from entirely destalked whole grapes. The wines are matured 18 months in 100% new oak except for some village wines. The Domaine is not certified organic but the methods are minimalist and most amendments are organic.
Domaine Dugat-Py, GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN
The Dugat family has been winegrowers in the Gevrey-Chambertin appellation since the beginning of the 17th century. Bernard Dugat and his son, Loîc are the 12th and 13th generation to manage the 10 hectare's Domaine. The vines are for the most part extremely old, averaging 65 years old across the Domaine, and all the trimming is done by hand.
The appellations include 4 grand crus: Chambertin très Vieilles Vignes, Mazy-Chambertin très Vieilles Vignes, Charmes-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes, and Mazoyères-Chambertin. Wines are aged from 18 to 24 months.
Pierre Damoy took over from his uncle, Jacques Damoy, in 1992. The Domaine has been in the family for five generations. Today, the Domaine is 10.6 hectares and eight of the ten are located in the most-esteemed Grand Cru in Burgundy. The Domaine owns one-third of the magnificent Chambertin-Clos de Bèze (5.36ha), 40% of Chapelle-Chambertin (2.2ha) and one hectare of Chambertin. The oldest vines of the Domaine were planted in 1920 and are located in the Clos de Bèze and in the monopole of the Domaine, Gevrey-Chambertin Clos Tamisot.
Clos de Tart, MOREY SAINT DENIS
The Domaine is a 7.53-hectare monopole enclosed entirely by a wall on the southern extremity of Morey-Saint-Denis.
In October 2017, François Pinault and his family, owner of Château Latour, Château Grillet, Eisele Estate...have bought the Domaine via their holding company Artemis. Since March 2019, the estate director is Alessandro Noli, who has previously worked at Château Latour, Domaine d’Eugénie, and as director of Château Grillet since 2011.
Domaine Ponsot, MOREY SAINT DENIS
The Domaine was Set up in 1872 with 2 parcels: Clos des Monts-Luisants and Clos de la Roche. Ponsot family was among the first growers to understand the importance of clones and clonal selection. They put all their production in bottles since 1934. The Domaine uses no insecticide or pesticide. There is no sorting table, because any defective bunches, or parts of bunches, have already been removed in the vineyards, before picking. The Domaine makes a unique white wine, the Morey-St.-Denis Clos des Monts Luisants Vieilles Vignes. It’s a monopole, made from 100 percent Aligoté.
Domaine des Lambrays, MOREY SAINT DENIS
The very first reference to « Clos des Lambrays » traces back to the fourteenth century. Archives of the Abbey of Cîteaux reveal its founding around 1365.
Acquired in 2014 by the LVMH group, the Domaine includes the eponymous Clos, one of the five Grand Cru of Morey Saint-Denis. At 8.8 hectares, this is the largest Grand Cru parcel in Burgundy under one proprietor. In 2018, Jacques Devauges, previously in charge at Clos de Tart, has been hired to take care of the Domaine.
Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé, CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY
The foundation of this domain trace back around 1450. Today the Domaine owns 12.6 ha of vineyards and is the largest owner of Musigny Grand Cru (7.20 ha: 70% of the appellation). Yields range from 25 to 30hl/hectare.
Vines in Musigny are more than 40 years old on average. One particularity of de Vogüé’s holdings in Musigny is that 0.6 hectare is planted with Chardonnay.
The grapes are usually destemmed, and fermentation with natural yeasts is preferred but the winemaker is not dogmatic about it. No fertilizers are used but the farming is not fully organic when absolutely necessary sprays will be used to fight diseases. No more than one-third new oak is used for the Grands Crus.
Château de La Tour, VOUGEOT
The domain owns the largest share of Clos de Vougeot (5.48 hectares) with some of the oldest vines, over 100-years-old. Chateau de la Tour wines are the only Clos-Vougeot Grand Cru to be harvested, vinified, raised and bottled within the walls of Clos de Vougeot. The original Château situated on the East part of Clos Vougeot was built in 1890.
Fermentation is made in whole bunches and 100% new oak is used. The vineyards are managed organically with biodynamic practices.
Domaine Comte Liger Belair, VOSNE-ROMANEE
This Domaine was created in 2000 by Louis Michel Liger-Belair but it is in fact a very old estate that has over 200 years of family tradition at the service of the vines and wines of Burgundy in general and Vosne-Romanée in particular. The Domaine owns « La Romanée » (monopole), one of the 6 grand cru appellations of Vosne-Romanée also known to be the smallest appellation in France. It is situated just above Romanée Conti.
All the wines are aged in new barrels. There is neither fining nor filtration before bottling.
Biodynamic farming has been implemented on the entire vineyard since 2008, and the Domaine is Ecocert certified under the label from Biodyvin since 2012.
The most famous Domaine of the hill of Corton covers 11 hectares and produces exclusively two Grand Cru wines: Corton-Charlemagne (6.7 ha) and Corton (1.5 ha). Since 2019, 2.8 hectares are leased to DRC. Grapes are fermented over indigenous yeasts in stainless steel then matured in oak barrels (1/3 new) for 12 months and the separate cuvées are then assembled in stainless steel before being returned to cask for another 6 months prior to bottling.
The Domaine is certified organic (Ecocert) and biodynamic (Demeter).
The family of the Comte Armand has owned the vineyard of Clos des Epéneaux and the winery buildings in Pommard since 1826. Harvest is 100% de-stemmed, keeping most of the berries whole, not crushed. The winemaking process then goes through three distinct stages: Pre-fermentation maceration period of 5-8 days at a temperature of 13-14°C, Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation between 5-10 days and a Post-fermentation maceration of 3 to 15 days depending on the vintage. Depending on the appellation and age of the vines, the wines will age18 to 24 months in barrels, with a percentage of new oak ranging from 0% for the Village appellations to 30% for the old vines of Clos des Epeneaux. Most of the wines are neither fined nor filtered to preserve the utmost quality. The Domaine uses biodynamic farming methods and it is certified organic by Ecocert.
The Leflaive family has lived in Puligny-Montrachet since 1717 and today Domaine Leflaive is the most famous estate of Puligny Montrachet. In the 1990s the domain became a leader in Burgundy’s biodynamic movement, the whole property being converted in 1997. The estate’s holding includes 10 hectares of Premiers Crus and 5 hectares of Grands Crus (Chevalier-Montrachet, Bâtard-Montrachet, Bienvenues Bâtard-Montrachet, and Le Montrachet).
The wines are aged for 12 months in 25% new oak and are then transferred to steel tanks where they clarify naturally over the second winter. They are then fined and bottled. The Domaine uses biodynamics farming and is certified by Biodyvin.
Domaine de Villaine, BOUZERON
Aubert de Villaine and his American wife, Pamela founded this Domaine in 1973. Since 2001 it is managed by one of Aubert’s nephew, Pierre de Benoist. The Domaine is located in the village of Bouzeron. Since 1997, Bouzeron is also the name of the appellation dedicated to the Aligoté grape variety. The Domaine cultivates of Aligoté Doré (around 12 hectares) as well as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It is farmed organically since 1986 and became certified in 1997.
You can discover the whole list of Burgundy domains we import on the French wine section of our portfolio.