Domaine la Meulière

Nicolas and Vincent Laroche are independent winegrowers located in the village Fleys, 4km from Chablis. Together, they represent the ninth generation of winegrowers, with their family’s winegrowing history dating back to 1779. The La Meulière estate covers 27.3 hectares and has Haute Valeur Environnemental 3 certification, harvesting is done entirely manually, and they use a […]

Chanson Pere et Fils

Domaine Chanson was founded in 1750 and is one of the oldest houses in Beaune. Since the beginning, the principles of the Domaine have remained unchanged; respect for the earth, the vine and the wine. One of the most prominent features of the winery is the Bastion, one of six fortresses created in the 15th […]

Vignerons de Bel Air

Vignerons de Bel-Air is a 90-year old co-cooperative of 350 growers farming 1200 acres of old vines in Beaujolais. This is is not your average wine co-op: fruit selection is meticulous and growing practices are sustainability-minded. The best fruit is used in single-estate bottlings, with the majority going towards more broadly-appellated wines. The overall quality […]

Olivier Leflaive Frères

In 1982, Monsieur Olivier Leflaive became co-manager of Burgundy’s Domaine Leflaive, along with his uncle Vincent, and later with his cousin Anne-Claude. In 1984 while at the helm of the great Puligny-Montrachet estate, Olivier decided to create his own company. Olivier Leflaive Frères, was an opportunity to buy grapes and make wine. It was an enterprise […]

Domaine Luquet

The family Luquet has been growing wine for five generations. In 1966, Roger Luquet established his own winery with just 4.5 hectares. Today, working with his son and daughter, he has 24 hectares in the appellations Pouilly-Fuissé, Saint Veran, Mâcon-Villages and Cremant de Bourgogne. Every year they produce 180,000 bottles, of which 70% are exported. Domaine […]

Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils

Six generations of Moreaus have tended these vines since the inception of J. Moreau et Fils in Chablis in 1814. In 1972, after 11 years in the Canadian lumber business, Christian Moreau returned to Chablis with his Canadian wife, Christine, and their three sons, Philippe, Patrick and Fabien. Under the guiding hand of his father […]

Domaine Leflaive

On April 5th, 2015 we lost a giant of the wine world with the passing of Mme. Anne-Claude Leflaive. The modern era of Domaine Leflaive begins in 1905 when Joseph Leflaive purchased 25 ha in Puligny-Montrachet. For 15 years he sold grapes to negociants, and in 1920 began a program of replanting and rootstock selection. The […]

Domaine des Hâtes

Pierrick Laroche is the energetic (and very talented) young winemaker behind Domaine des Hâtes. He independently manages his vineyards, large holdings in Petit Chablis, 12 hectares in Chablis, and a hectare in the heart of Maligny’s Premier Cru Homme Mort, with great attention to detail. In 2009, Pierrick eliminated pesticides and herbicides; since then, he […]

Château de Maligny

Château de Maligny is owned by the Durup family who have resided in the village of Maligny since the 15th century. The Maligny properties cover more than 50 ha in the commune of Maligny, and another 50 ha in other parts of Chablis. It is now the largest estate in the appellation. Owner Jean Durup is […]