Tag Archives: pinot noir

Domaine David Duband – Innovation in Burgundy

The creation of Domaine David Duband Domaine David Duband came into existence in 1991, continuing from the foundation laid by Pierre Duband in 1965. The domain has been under the Nuits-Saint-Georges and Nuits-Saints-Georges 1er Cru “Aux Thorey” and “Les Proces”. The operation continued to expand, notably in 1995 after the departure of Pierre Duband and the recovery of his plots of ... Read More »

Domaine Geantet-Pansiot – the elite wines of Burgundy

A story about family Founded in 1954, the Domaine Geantet-Pansiot came into existence the day that Edmond Geantet married Bernadette Pansiot. The couple settled in Gevrey where they began to use three hectares of wine that belonged to the Gevrey-Chambertin and Burgundy appellations.  The owners expanded their domain with ongoing purchases of hectares of vines. In 1977, their son, Vincent Geantet, started to work for the family ... Read More »

Gosset: Ancient Tradition in Champagne

Domaine Gosset

Four Centuries of Savoir-Faire Dating to 1854, the House of Gosset is the oldest wine making house in Champagne. It was at that time that Pierre Gosset began making still wines, made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which were as celebrated and as popular with the royal court as those of renowned Burgundy appellation Beaune. Then as Champagne began to ... Read More »

Alphonse Mellot in Sancerre

Just a few steps away from the small community of Sancerre-en-Berry lies the estate of Alphonse Mellot. This estate’s famous Sancerre cuvees (La Moussièere, Génération XIX) are often listed as some of the world’s 100 best wines. Unlike many other wineries, the Domaine Mellot vineyards have been reduced in order to guarantee the best quality. In addition to white Sancerres, ... Read More »