White Wines

  • Domaine Philippe Colin:

    Domaine Philippe Colin bottleDOMAINE PHILIPPE COLIN celebrated its first vintage in 2004. Philippe has been producing here since the Domaine Colin-Déléger was divided between himself and his brother Bruno when their parents retired in that year. Having worked together at the family property, Philippe and Bruno opted to create their own, respective domaines.

    Currently, Philippe uses 11.5 hectares (28 acres)around the village of Chassagne-Montrachet and each year bottles 28 different wines, largely white, under the Philippe Colin label. His wines benefit from the qualities of the terroirs on his vineyard and the maturation process in barrels, where before bottling they usually spend 10-12 months, sometimes up to 18, in order to retain their freshness and fruity characteristics.

    Saint Aubin 1er Cru ‘‘En Remilly”
    Bourgogne Chardonnay
    Chassagne Montrachet
    Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “Chevenottes”
    Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “Maltroie”
    Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “ Vergers”
    Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “Chaumées”
    Chevalier Montrachet

    Domaine Philippe Colin Chassagne-Montrachet label

  • Domaine de la Tour:

    Domaine de la Tour bottleDOMAINE DE LA TOUR is at Lignorelles, near Chablis, Burgundy’s coolest growing district and north of its principal wine-producing regions. The domaine’s 13 hectares (32 acres) comprise various plots located in the communes of Chablis, Courgis and Chitry.

    Founded in 1820, the domaine took its current name in 1992. It is continuously improving its vinification equipment but always ensuring a balance between science and practical know-how.  The vines and native soils are at the heart of the domaine’s philosophy, continually seeking fuller expression of terroir while remaining attentive to the needs of the vine and respectful of the environment. Each year, Domaine de la Tour produces 5,500 cases (66,000 bottles) under five appellations.

    Bourgogne Aligote
    Bourgogne Chitry Blanc Chardonnay
    Petit Chablis
    Chablis 1er Cru “Monts-Mains”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Cote de Jouan”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Cote de Cuissy”


    Domaine de la Tour Bourgogne-Aligote label  Domaine de la Tour Petit-Chablis label  Domaine de la Tour Chablis label  Domaine de la Tour Chablis 1er Cru Monts-Mains label  Domaine de la Tour Chablis 1er Cru Cote de Jouan label  Domaine de la Tour Chablis 1er Cru label

  • Domaine Dampt:

    Domaine Dampt bottleEACH DAMPT family member has a complementary role in the domaine’s wine production. Eric’s specialty is mechanisation and management of processing. Emmanuel handles the wine press during the vintage period, the wine-making and maturation, bottling and marketing. Youngest brother Hervé and Jacky Poussière manage manual handling on the vineyard.

    In order to maintain the Yonne Vineyards’ tradition, each portion of land receives special care during the year, enabling them to express their qualities and unveil their traditional identities. Since 2004, in a permanent effort to enhance the quality of the wines, the family has added the latest equipment to automate collection of the harvest, such as the pneumatic wine press. Today, there are about 60 acres of vineyard in Tonnerre and Chablis and they sell annually about 42,000 cases (500,000 bottles) to customers worldwide.

    Bourgogne “Tonnerre-Chevalier d’Eon”
    Bourgogne “Tonnerre-Le Clos du Chateau”
    Petit Chablis “Elegance”
    Petit Chablis “Vieilles Vignes”
    Chablis “Tradition”
    Chablis “Vieilles Vignes”
    Chablis “Lisa Blanche”
    Chablis “Brechain”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Beauroy”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Vaucoupin”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Les Fourneaux”
    Chablis 1er Cru “Fourchaume”
    Chablis Grand Cru “Bougros”
    Chablis Grand Cru “Les Preuses”

    Bourgogne “Tonnerre-Chevalier d’Eon” label  Bourgogne “Tonnerre-Le Clos du Chateau” label  Petit Chablis “Vieilles Vignes” label  Chablis “Tradition” label  Chablis “Vieilles Vignes” label  Chablis “Lisa Blanche” label  Chablis “Brechain” label  Chablis 1er Cru “Beauroy” label  Chablis 1er Cru “Vaucoupin” label  Chablis 1er Cru “Les Fourneaux” label
    Chablis 1er Cru “Fourchaume” label  Chablis Grand Cru “Bougros” label  Chablis Grand Cru “Les Preuses” label

  • Domaine Michelot:

    Domaine Michelot bottleDOMAINE MICHELOT has been in the family for six generations. The domaine gained widespread recognition in the 1960s under the direction of the charismatic Bernard Michelot and this spirit continues to flourish in the hands of today’s generation as Domaine Michelot produces some of the finest wines from the Meursault vineyards.

    Domaine Michelot has grown to consist of more than 19 hectares (47 acres), including several prestigious premier cru wines. The terroirs of the Meursault estate possess individual characteristics and distinct personalities that yield a diverse range of wines, while the domaine’s practices encourage a balanced natural environment, producing healthier grapes and more complex wines.

    Bourgogne Blanc
    Meursault “Grands Charrons”
    Meursault “Limozin”
    Meursault “Narvaux”
    Meursault 1er Cru “Charmes”
    Meursault 1er Cru “Genevrieres”
    Meursault 1er Cru “Perrieres”

    Bourgogne Blanc label  Meursault “Grands Charrons” label  Meursault “Limozin” label  Meursault “Narvaux” label  Meursault 1er Cru “Charmes” label
    Meursault 1er Cru “Genevrieres” label  Meursault 1er Cru “Perrieres” label

  • Domaine Arnoux Père & Fils:

    Domaine Arnoux Père & Fils bottleDOMAINE ARNOUX PÈRE ET FILS has been set in the village of Chorey-lès-Beaune, in Côte de Beaune, for four generations.  It covers more than 20 hectares (50 acres), embracing the  villages of Chorey lès Beaune, Aloxe Corton (village and 1er Cru), Beaune (1er Cru “En Genêt” and “Les Cent Vignes”), Ladoix-Serrigny (Corton Rognet Grand Cru), Savigny (village and 1er Cru), Pernand-Vergelesses and Echevronne (Hautes Côtes de Beaune). Annual production has reached more than 120,000 bottles or 10,000 cases.

    The domaine works its vineyards by hand and, now more than ever, bases its practices on the latest, bio-friendly viticultural methods, using natural alternatives to chemical pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. Soil maintenance is an absolute priority in order to gain full benefit of the vineyard’s different terroirs. Thanks to these methods, sound grapes are brought to their best levels of maturity.

    Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune “Les Perrieres”
    Chorey les Beaune “Les Confrelins”

    Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune “Les Perrieres” label thumb  Chorey les Beaune “Les Confrelins” label

  • Domaine Lucien Muzard:

    Domaine Lucien Muzard bottleTHE MUZARD FAMILY can trace its local roots in Santenay back nine generations to 1695. Claude and Herve started working at the estate in 1992 and three years later took over the family domaine from their father Lucien. His first harvest had produced three barrels from 12 hectares (30 acres).  It took Lucien six years to pull up old vines, clear the land and replant five more hectares of vines.

    Ten hectares (25 acres) of Domaine Lucien Muzard’s estate are rated Premier Cru.  Only the soils under the rows are worked on the vineyard, which is now run on certified biodynamic principles. Natural plant brews stimulate the vines’ defences and the grapes are hand-harvested.

    Vinification methods began to evolve with the 1997 vintage when the domaine won the “Young Talents” trophy. The red wines are not filtered while the white wines pass through a white ground.

    Bourgogne Aligote
    Santenay “Les Champs Claude”
    Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “Morgeot”
    Meursault “Vieilles Vignes”
    Meursault “Les Meix Chavaux”
    Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru

    Meursault “Les Meix Chavaux” label