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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 »


Striving for excellence for nine centuries The story begins in 1130, when Cistercian monks of the abbey of La Ferté founded the estate in Givry. Over the centuries, the monks identified the best plots (“climats”) of the area. They surrounded these locations with stones from the adjacent quarries to protect these exceptional terroirs. In 2004, the Pascal family acquired the ... Read More »

Domaine René Bouvier – The new breath in Côte de Nuits

Family property for over a century, the estate René Bouvier was created in 1910 by the grandfather of the current owner, Bernard Bouvier. Located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Burgundy, Bernard Bouvier is one of those winemakers who have brought new ideas to the wine region and improved the image of Burgundy which has evolved for several years towards finesse. The Domaine ... Read More »

Biodynamics or Biological ?

In the maze of possibilities: Biodynamics or biological and what Bordeaux thinks of it   Wine enthusiasts argue about the differences between conventional, organic and biodynamic wine making. In general, it is difficult to put the different approaches into boxes. The methods of conventional winemaking and natural wine making couldn’t be any more different. Numerous estates that work with biodynamic ... Read More »