OUR APPELLATIONS

Our appellations

We produce 15 appellations (6 Whites and 9 reds) as well as 2 sparkling wines (one white and one rosé) on 20 hectares, with respect for the environment, guaranteeing a savoir- faire that combines tradition and progress based on the terroir.

White wines

The BOURGOGNE ALIGOTE appellation is attributed to white wines made from the Aligoté grape, and is produced throughout Burgundy.
It’s a fresh white wine, a little sassy, principally fruity.
Add a little dollop of sweet blackcurrant berry liquor (crème de cassis) and it becomes a wonderful aperitif, known as « Kir ».
It goes perfectly with grilled fish, oysters, as well as strong goat cheeses. Try it with salads and tabbouleh. It also traditionally accompanies Burgundy puff pastries (gougères), snails, and of course parslied ham (jambon persillé).
The Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune appellation was accredited in 1961. Our white wine from here is made from 100% chardonnay grapes.
Aromas of white flowers combine with honey. Elegant and pleasant, it typically maintains a certain freshness.
Lively during its youth, it should pair very well with snails. It can embellish simple dishes like fish or vegetable woks. Slightly older, its roundness and increasing density will highlight richer dishes such as fish in sauce or crustaceans.
The Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Nuits appellation was accredited in 1961. Our white wine from here is made from 100% chardonnay grapes.
Hawthorn and honeysuckle aromas blend with white nettle, lemon and apple. Typically showing off a round mouthfeel, an underlying freshness allows it to age well according to the vintages.
Enhanced by a touch of liveliness, it will accompany parslied ham and snails. When aged, it will go very well with foie gras and with cheeses such as Chaource, matured Comté or even Roquefort.
Ladoix is a village appellation in the north of the Côte de Beaune. Our white wine from here is 100% chardonnay.
Lively and firm, this is a wine whose fullness and amplitude is balanced by its liveliness. It’s often adorned by a buttery accent with a classic bouquet featuring quince, fig or spicy pear. Full-bodied with freshness, it is ideal for grilled seafood, Asian cuisine as well as blue cheese or flavorful goat cheeses.
Pernand-Vergelesses is a village appellation in the north of the Côte de Beaune. Our white wine from here is 100% chardonnay.
A dry and lively wine, harmonious and very pleasant with its notes of white flowers and hawthorn. Playful on the palate, it is a great pairing with sushi, pasta and seafood risottos. It also goes perfectly with cheeses – Comté, gruyère, and goat to name but a few.
Côtes de Nuits-Villages is a village classified appellation produced in the town of Corgoloin. Our white wine from here is 100% chardonnay.
2018 will be our 1st vintage in this color, so stay tuned and don’t miss out!

Red wines

Our red wine from this regional appellation is made from 100% pinot noir grapes from plots in our village of Magny les Villers. These are charming wines for their fruity, rather light raspberry / sour cherry notes. This wine typically pairs well with everyday meals that are neither too spicy nor too heavy. Its soft tannins go perfectly with savory tarts and softer cow’s milk cheeses.
Our red wine from this regional appellation is 100% pinot noir. Aged in oak barrels, this wine stands out with a flavor profile often featuring raspberries, cherries and sometimes violets. A well-behaved wine that’s neither too tannic or too heavy, it accompanies white meats and will stand up to a slightly spicy cuisine. Multiple dishes pair well with this wine because of its very pleasant balance.
Côtes de Nuits-Villages is a village classified appellation produced in the town of Corgoloin. Our red wine from here is 100% pinot noir.
Broad-shouldered and energetic, this large and powerful wine will go perfectly with terrines, meats and game, but also strong-flavored cheeses.
Savigny-les-Beaune is a village appellation of the Cote de Beaune. Our red wine from here is 100% pinot noir.
A bouquet apt to feature small black and red fruits, the body is full, slightly tannic, and over time some roundness and volume balances the power in even proportions. It will accompany tasty and juicy cuts of beef, but should also be delectable with lacquered or caramelized poultry – like Peking duck.
Pernand-Vergelesses is a village appellation of the Cote de Beaune. Our red wine from here is 100% pinot noir.
Aged in barrels, the mouthfeel is robust and full, slightly luscious with sturdy but superbly integrated tannins, it is a real seducer! Pairing preferences should naturally feature meats with relatively strong flavors for a harmonious balance!
Ladoix is a village appellation of the Côte de Beaune. Our red wine from here is 100% pinot noir. Aged in oak barrels, its bouquet is generally filled with ripe fruit, with some spicy notes. With a round and supple structure, its silky tannins go very well with Parma- style raw hams, beef shoulder and other subtle meats, and game birds.
It is said that this named vineyard “Roussot” (from French roussir – to redden) owes its name to the fact that the wood remaining on this plot starts to take on autumnal hues and turns red from about August 15th.
100% pinot noir, this wine displays a supple and integrated tannic structure while its aromatic strength remains silky smooth. It will go perfectly with spicy dishes. A wine with finesse and elegance.
This named vineyard means that it was dissociated by inheritance between different owners and therefore “cropped”.
Powerful, rich and with tons of body, aged in new oak barrels. It’s a wine with beautiful structure and great complexity. For this reason, intense cheeses will tame it, but strong meats will undoubtedly be where this wine will stand out.
In a reference written in 1253 from Notre Dame de Beaune is mentioned a vineyard “in Mareschaut”. It is a derivative of the old French noun Maresche “marsh”. The lower parts of Aloxe-Corton and Ladoix-Serrigny were marshy because of their proximity to the local spring known as the Lauve.
This 100% pinot noir grand cru is matured in new barrels.
With a purple robe, it is powerful and velvety and elegant by birthright. A wine that will tend towards great complexity, it needs time to flourish.

Crémants

Si l’appellation Crémant de Bourgogne est parfaite à l’apéritif, elle accompagne à la perfection un repas. Les Crémant de Bourgogne blancs, s’accordent sur des entrées comme un confit de volaille aux poires et fruits secs.L’appellation Crémant de Bourgogne accompagne idéalement une volaille fermière, par exemple une poularde de Bresse.

Le Crémant de Bourgogne rosé est un vin de dessert judicieux aux arômes puissants de fleurs qui s’allient parfaitement aux glaces et apportent la fraîcheur sur une fin de repas. L’appellation Crémant de Bourgogne s’accorde parfaitement aux petits fours et ses arômes fruités trouvent l’association parfaite sur un sorbet aux fruits rouges.

“All the appeal of wine comes from the fact that two bottles are never exactly alike.”

Edward Bunyard