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Pierre - Jean Villa and Olivier Decelle set up their cellar in a historic building (1880) at NUITS - SAINT - GEORGES. The estate extends over 7 hectares of vines in the Burgundy appellations Bl...Lire plus Learn more
Pierre - Jean Villa and Olivier Decelle set up their cellar in a historic building (1880) at NUITS - SAINT - GEORGES. The estate extends over 7 hectares of vines in the appellations Bourgogne Blanc et Rouge, Chorey, Beaune 1er Cru, Savigny - Lès - Beaune and Côte de Nuit. Their vines are cultivated organically to preserve the life of the soil and the perfect expression of the terroirs, they select grapes from the best parcels of Burgundy and favour a partnership of trust with the winegrowers who share their philosophy of commitment to sustainable viticulture.
The watchwords of these two talented winegrowers are respect for the product without unnecessary intervention and superfluous with a fragmented vinification adapted, whether from the vine to the cellar.
More precisely, during vinification there is no intervention to trigger fermentation, the grapes are manually punched down and the extraction is done in a gentle way in order to favour finesse and restore the expression of the terroirs to the wines. The wine is then matured on fine lees in silence for 1 to 2 years in 500L half-muids or 228L capacity pieces.
However, it is always the tasting that will decide whether or not to stop the breeding. The
latest vintages have been widely acclaimed by critics, which is very encouraging for the estate.
In 2009, these two wine personalities, Olivier Decelle, owner of Mas Amiel in Roussillon and Château Jean Faure in Saint Émilion, and Pierre-Jean Villa, winegrower in Saint Joseph, Condrieu and Côte Rotie, joined forces to found Domaine Decelle - Villa, choosing Pinot and Chardonnay as new weapons to fight on these lands for great Burgundy wines.
They teamed up with Jean Lupatelli, technical director of the DECELLE - VILLA estate, who studied in New Zealand and Australia and consolidated his experience in various houses in Burgundy. His arrival made it possible to set up a quality strategy. Jean Lupatelli is now fervently pursuing the conversion of the estate to organic farming.