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Domaine Bernard is located in Leynes, in the extreme south of Burgundy. We mainly produce white wines, and more particularly Saint-Véran, and we have a red cuvée of Vieilles Vignes from the oldest vines on the estate. All our wines are produced in sustainable viticulture: minimum treatment limits, progressive re-weeding of the vines...Lire plus Learn more
Domaine Bernard is located in Leynes, in the extreme south of Burgundy. We mainly produce white wines, and more particularly Saint-Véran, and we have a red cuvée of Vieilles Vignes from the oldest vines on the estate. All our wines are produced in sustainable viticulture: minimum treatment limits, progressive re-weeding of the vine to avoid soil erosion and facilitate irrigation.
The Bernard winery has been a family property since 1803. It is thanks to its geographical proximity to the Capital that the vines have grown in the Mâconnais. The wines were transported by river to Paris. It is since 1768, with the arrival of Jean Bernard, that the Bernard family members have succeeded each other. Today, it is another Jean Bernard with his wife Marie Edith and his three sons who take care of the estate.
Germain Bernard, following in the footsteps of his father Jean, and respecting a tradition and know-how of which he is the heir, makes quality wines, made exclusively from the harvest of his vines. It adheres to sustainable viticulture aimed at preserving the ecological balance between fauna and microflora of the vine, and Château Louis XIV, where the estate is located, is typical of the region with its Mâconnaise gallery overlooking the century-old park.