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Domaine de Cardon is located 30 kilometres from Beaune, in Mercurey; an appellation known for its great red wines. Thierry, the winegrower, cultivates 15 hectares of vines on different grape varieties typical of the region...Lire plus Learn more
Domaine de Cardon is located 30 kilometres from Beaune, in Mercurey; an appellation known for its great red wines. Thierry, the winegrower, cultivates 15 hectares of vines on different typical Burgundy grape varieties such as Pinot Noir, Aligoté or Chardonnay.
The winegrower of the Domaine de Cardon produces terroir wines with the appellations Mercurey and Mercurey Premier Cru. Thanks to its clay-limestone soils, the wines, produced in mono-varietal, perfectly reflect Thierry's Burgundy.
The Domaine de Cardon is historical and recognized in Burgundy. It all began when King Henry IV gave the estate to La Cordona, a native of Spain, for having supported it during the reform of the city of Lyon. At the beginning of the 20th century, the first vines were cultivated. A few years later, they were torn off following the cessation of ownership.
Frédérique de Cardon, very attached to the history of her family, replanted the vines and gave a new lease of life to the estate at the beginning of the 21st century. The estate was then reborn from its ashes.
Today, the estate is managed by friends who share the same passion and love of the profession. The love of wine led the estate to acquire plots under the Beaujolais Village appellation.
The Gamay is grown on granite soils on the Chiroubles land and is like the great Burgundy wines we produce in Mercurey. It's another story that you'll have to come and discover at the domain ...