Domaine Chanzy in Bouzeron is firmly established as one of Bourgogne’s must-see wine estates thanks to its 80 hectares of vines growing over the three Bourgogne hillsides, together with its cellar, Maison Chanzy.
The Chanzy estate, which boasts High Environmental Value certification, endeavours to cultivate its grapes with respect for the different terroirs that flourish on its land. The attention and care given to the soil elevates the three iconic grape varieties that have made the region’s great wines so famous: aligoté, chardonnay and pinot noir. These gems glow with good health thanks to a production process that brings together around 30 appellations, especially Grands Crus.
The talented team that works in the peace and quiet of the rows of vines and in the privacy of the cellars is driven by a passion rooted in the most authentic traditions. Pushing open the doors of Domaine Chanzy is like immersing yourself in a remarkable heritage and unique know-how where you can soak up every aspect of the very finest Bourgogne wines.
The daily life of the winegrowers and the diversity of the appellations are revealed on a tour of the vines, vat houses and cellars. From receiving the harvest to aging the wines, every stage of the viticulture process is presented to explain the specificities of the vineyard to inquisitive visitors. A tasting concludes each discovery tour so that you can appreciate all the subtleties and nuances of the different grape varieties grown on the historic site.
In Puligny-Montrachet, another adventure awaits wine lovers at Maison Chanzy. This tasting cellar offers a wide range of wines produced on the estate. The magnificent, white-stone building is much more than a wine bar: it is also a place where you can learn the rudiments of wine, with thematic events on the world of Bourgogne organised on a daily basis.
On the estate as in the cellar, there’s no doubt that the overall experience means you can enjoy a wonderfully time based around wines that will take you on a thrilling journey.
6, rue de la Fontaine
Tel.: +33 (0)3 85 87 23 69