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The 2020 vintage marks the first year of the estate's official conversion to organic farming. Prior to its certification, the estate was already cultivating its vines in this way, but it is still in the process of...Lire plus Learn more
The 2020 vintage marks the first year of the estate's official conversion to organic farming. Before its certification, the domain was already cultivating its vines in this way, but it seemed legitimate to Philippe to make his work official. The Domaine Philippe Cordonnier is located in the commune of Corgoloin in Burgundy, in the Bourgogne Aligoté and Hautes Côtes de Beaune appellations. His first vintages immediately won over our team. He is undeniably one of the new domains to follow in Burgundy!
Philippe Cordonnier has been in contact with the vine since his youth. After training in Beaune, he learned the trade of winemaker by working in several Burgundy domains. In 2009, he decided to create his own domain. He vinified his first vintages in 2015.
Today, the estate covers 6 hectares of land, which is cultivated in a sustainable manner, with the greatest respect for the terroir. No chemical weed killers or insecticides are used. Only the soil is worked by ploughing. The domain keeps natural grapes as in organic farming and thus allows you to appreciate the flavours of Burgundy wines.
Although he does not come from a family of winegrowers, Philippe Cordonnier has the experience of an old hand. He fell into the barrel when he was young, planted his own vines and managed everything from the seed to the bottle. Vintage after vintage, Philippe gains confidence to make the Burgundian climates speak in the glass.