Bourgogne, Bourgogne,Pommard premier cru,Volnay,Saint-Aubin,Meursault,Bourgogne aligoté,Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru
Take the lead in a Burgundy estate at less than thirty years old? That was Romaric's bet...
Bourgogne, Petit Chablis,Chablis,Chablis premier cru Montmains,Chablis Premier Cru,Chablis Premier Cru Fourchaume,Chablis Grand Cru Bougros,0
Known as an expert on his terroir, Jean-Marc Brocard has been convinced since his beginnings in...
Château de Premeaux
Bourgogne, Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Nuits,Nuits-Saint-Georges,Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru,Morey-Saint-Denis,Bourgogne,Bourgogne aligoté,Côte de nuits villages,Côte de Beaune,0,Pommard premier cru,Gevrey Chambertin
Arnaud Pelletier, before taking over the family winery, lived a completely different life...
Domaine Laboureau Pascal...
Bourgogne, Pommard,Volnay,Pernand Vergelesses,chorey les beaune,Corton Charlemagne,Volnay 1er cru Les Lurets,Bourgogne aligoté,Bourgogne
It is in the valleys of the hinterland of the Côte Chalonnaise, between vineyards and meadows, that we discover the Château de Sassangy, in the romantic setting of its English-style park, property of the ...Lire plus Learn more
It is in the valleys of the hinterland of the Côte Chalonnaise, between vineyards and meadows, that we discover the Château de Sassangy, in the romantic setting of its English-style park, owned by the Musso family. The seat of a seigniory in the Middle Ages, this residence was remodelled and decorated in splendour in the 18th century. Sold then abandoned in the 19th century, the house almost fell into ruin. The difficult task of completely restoring the château with the restoration of its classical character was completed in the 90's. The replanting of the vineyard, the Aubrac and Charolais cow breeding farm and the replanting of hedges have enabled this residence to respect a biodiversity of 280 hectares while remaining alive thanks to the marketing of the wine produced at the Domaine following the specifications of organic cultivation and vinification.
The plots of land, spread over the Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise and Côte du Couchois, are planted on clay-limestone soils and exposed to the rising sun. Organic viticulture methods, since the creation of the estate in 1979, allow us to obtain lively soils and healthy vines in a quality environment, thus developing the expression of the terroir. The grapes are vinified as traditionally in Burgundy, with for the Pinot Noir, a maceration of a fortnight, temperature control, partial maturing in oak barrels.