Bourgogne, Bourgogne,Pommard premier cru,Volnay,Saint-Aubin,Meursault,Bourgogne aligoté,Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru
Prendre la tête d'un domaine bourguignon à moins de trente ans ? Romaric Chavy l'a fait ! A la ...
Bourgogne, Petit Chablis,Chablis,Chablis premier cru Montmains,0,Chablis Premier Cru Fourchaume,Chablis Grand Cru Bougros
Reconnu comme un expert de son terroir, Jean-Marc Brocard est convaincu, depuis ses débuts en ...
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
Arnaud Pelletier est la cinquième génération de vigneron de la famille. Et quel vigneron ! Il ...
Domaine Laboureau Pascal...
Bourgogne, Volnay,Pernand Vergelesses,chorey les beaune,Bourgogne,Corton Charlemagne,Volnay 1er cru Les Lurets,Bourgogne aligoté
The Jeannin-Naltet estate covers 8.5 hectares, exclusively on Mercurey, including 7 hectares classified as Mercurey 1er Cru, over 3 climates, 3 different terroirs, including the Clos des Grands Voyens en Monopole. We mainly produce reds (90% of the production), from the only pinot noir grape variety, and vinify each of our parcels independently. Fondame....Lire plus Learn more
The Jeannin-Naltet estate covers 8.5 hectares, exclusively on Mercurey, including 7 hectares classified as Mercurey 1er Cru, over 3 climates, 3 different terroirs, including the Clos des Grands Voyens en Monopole. We mainly produce reds (90% of the production), from the only pinot noir grape variety, and vinify each of our parcels independently. Fundamentally attached to the notion of terroir, we seek to highlight the different facets of the Mercurey appellation. Although vinified and matured strictly in the same way, our three Mercurey 1er Cru wines have very different identity characteristics, which can only be explained by the nature of the terroirs where they were born... Engineer by training, and after 10 years of career in industrial optimisation, Benoit Eschard takes over the estate in 2013, with the desire to make this unique parcel known and magnified.
The short story is that of Benoît Eschard, a young executive in a hurry, who, after 10 years of career in several large groups, is asking himself the question of the meaning of his professional activity, the meaning of his daily life... He is in search of meaning, time, authenticity... The little story is therefore this reconversion that led Benoît to leave Paris and a comfortable professional situation, to come and settle in Mercurey with his family, learn the profession of winegrower, and take back from his uncle one of the best parcels of the appellation, an under-exploited nugget, soils to reveal. Being a winegrower is hard, but it's a profession that makes so much sense! As for wine, it's passion, connection, sharing, pleasure! What a chance to be at its genesis today in the very beautiful appellation of Mercurey!