Winegrowers for twelve generations and winemakers for four generations, our domain is located in Vertus, a picturesque village of the Côte des Blancs. A family business based on more than 27 acres of vines in the villages of Vertus , Oger, Le Mesnil sur Oger, Avize, Cramant and Aÿ .
Situated over 15 hectares in Dezize-les-Maranges, close to Santenay, Domaine Jean-François Bachelet produces a wonderful line-up of wines. Jean-François Bachelet is now assisted by his two sons, Marc and Alex. Faithfully following in their father’s footsteps, they clearly share the same values as their parents: respect, courtesy, hospitality, generosity. . . . .
Testulat, Côte de Blancs
The history of testulat goes back to 1862, when the first vineyards were purchased under the reign of Napoleon III.
The vineyards are situated among the very best which give the wines the highest quality for blending these great champagnes.
Domaine Jean-François Bachelet, Côte de Beaune
Domaine Benoit Sordet, Côte de Beaune
Domaine Philippe Chéron, Côte de Nuits
It all started three generations ago. The House of De Sousa is a family business, created in the early 50s by the parents of the current owner Erick De Sousa. With his wife Michelle, they manage an estate of 9.5 hectares located in the village of Avize, in the heart of Côte des Blancs area of Champagne. Erick De Sousa now has 3 children following in his footsteps: Charlotte, Julie and Valentin, all studying the skills of vineyard management and wine making..
DeSousa, Côte de Blancs
The Domaine of Jérôme Sordet is one of the oldest wine domaines of Pommard. The typically Burgundian buildings, dating to the beginning of the 17th century, as does in fact the 30 metre deep old well, situated in the courtyard, on whose coping is carved 1641. The property has belonged to the family since 1793.
The family tries to push the boundaries, by studying new approaches, in order to surprise and move you more – whilst the creator is totally respectful of Nature, our sustaining mother. The enterprising approach taken by the Domaine in order to obtain our Qualification in Agriculture Raisonnée corroborates this new approach for the respect of the environment.
Doyard, Côte de Blancs
In the late 1930’s, Paul Misset, Philippe Cheron's grandfather, acquired parcels of vines in the Vougeot and Nuits Saint Georges communes. Not being a wine-grower, he entrusted their management to tenant wine growers in Vosne -Romanée. Starting with these original parcels, Paul Misset's grandchildren, two generations later, have built up a wine domaine which today covers 5 hectares, spread over the Nuits Saint Georges, Vosne Romanée, Chambolle Musigny and Clos de Vougeot appellations.
The domaine's winery and cellars are located in the historical centre of Nuits Saint Georges. The vaulted 19th century cellars allow the wines to be aged in perfect conditions and the modern, efficient winery has recently been totally refurbished.