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Domaine Labruyère is one of the oldest representatives of the Moulin-à-Vent appellation, which takes its name from the Moulin at its heart. Jean-Marie Labruyère, a wine-growing worker, settled in 1850 on this exceptional terroir and began production. Since then, the different generations have succeeded each other and are committed to promoting the wines of this unique estate.Lire plus Learn more
Domaine Labruyère is one of the oldest estates in Beaujolais. Located on the most beautiful terroirs of South Burgundy, our Gamay wines are great for ageing, often compared to the Pinot wines of the Côte de Nuits...
Shortly before 1850, Jean-Marie Labruyère married Suzanne Burdin and acquired nearly 10 hectares of land and vines, creating Domaine Labruyère, which was then one of the oldest in the Moulin-à-Vent appellation. Since then, the different generations have conserved, protected and exploited the property. In 2007-2008, Edouard Labruyère took full control of the estate and began bottling 100% of the production at the estate. The estate has since turned to top-of-the-range wines for ageing and the creation of three parcel vintages.
"Successive generations of Labruyère have always been very attached to the traditional values of family and work. The control of the entire wine value chain, the conservation of the ownership of our vines, the control of all winemaking and an environmentally friendly agriculture. That's how we work. The use of sustainable agriculture and the principles of biodynamics reinforce this vision of wine."
"In 1989, we gathered 12 guests for a blind tasting: on the one hand the 1947 vintage of our Moulin-à-Vent Le Carquelin, and on the other a Grand Cru de la Côte de Nuits from the same year. Unanimously, and to everyone's great surprise, the Carquelin won the votes of the assembly, far ahead of its prestigious cousin... This anecdote shows that the Gamay can be at the origin of very great wines."