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Domaine Chanzy

Domaine Chanzy

Certified High Environmental Value estate based in Bouzeron and specialist of the Côte Chalonnaise and Côte de Nuits, exceptional wines in a wide range of choices!

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(71) Saône-et-Loire

Historically established in Bouzeron, Domaine Chanzy was created in 1924. However, its origins date back to the 16th century, as can be seen in the cellars of the estate as well as in the rare and ancient rope press in its vault. Initially called Domaine du Verger d'exemple, it took the name Chanzy in 1974. The largest producer in the Bouzeron appellation, Domaine Chanzy works for the recognition of the smallest Village appellation in Burgundy (55 hectares planted), and above all the only one dedicated to the Aligoté grape variety. With 80 hectares mainly in the Côte Chalonnaise and Côte de Beaune but also in the Côte de Nuits, the estate has appellations as diverse as they are varied, from Mercurey to Vosne-Romanée, via Rully, Givry, Maranges, Santenay and Puligny-Montrachet. It also owns 5 Clos and 4 monopoles and the Clos de la Fortune, its jewel, is the only monopole in the Bouzeron appellation. Certified High Environmental Value level 3 since January 2021.

Our story

Proud of our origins and to be the first producer of the smallest village appellation in Burgundy dedicated to Aligoté!

Other little stories

The estate was created in 1928, initially Domaine du Verger d'Exemple, a farm dedicated to the cultivation of fruit trees, and became Domaine Chanzy in 1974. Soon to be a hundred years old!

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