SIMPLY FRANCE

SIMPLY FRANCE

bourgogne

Burgundy enjoys an exceptional geographical situation with weather conditions favourable to vines, a rich geology, renowned grape varieties, …

All this allows it to have 84 world-famous appellations.

Domaine Garnier & Fils

Chablis

Two brothers united by a common passion for wine, who appreciate the freedom to go beyond the requirements of the appellation while respecting the identity of each of our terroirs.

Domaine Guillaume Vrignaud

Chablis

The Vrignauds family, based in the village of Fontenay-près-Chablis, have been winegrowers for five generations. 

According to them, organic farming is not an end in itself, it is a way of thinking, a way of revealing the terroir. 

Domaine Ventoura

Chablis

Two brothers united by a common passion for wine, who appreciate the freedom to go beyond the requirements of the appellation while respecting the identity of each of our terroirs.

Domaine des Hâtes

Chablis

Pierrick Laroche began ploughing his rows of vines and worked on the design of a simple gravity-fed wine cellar.

The Englishwoman Rosemary George wrote: “Pierrick Laroche… took his family’s vines out of the cooperative and made his first vintage in 2010. And it is very good, with a firm and fresh minerality”.

Domaine Denis Race

Chablis

Denis Race has been running the domain since the age of 18, married to Laurence for 38 years. 

Today we own 18 hectares, covering the 4 appellations on a selection of the best situated hillsides.

Domaine Sébastien Dampt

Chablis

After working closely with his father Daniel and his brother Vincent at Domaine Daniel Dampt, Sébastien Dampt created his own Domaine in 2007.

The family has been producing wine in Chablis for over 150 years.

Domaine Laurent Cognard

Cote Chalonnaise

For well-balanced wines, Laurent is looking for healthy grapes at the right maturity.

In the cellar, Laurent respects Burgundian tradition while bringing his touch of modernity.

Domaine Gouffier

Côte Chalonnaise

Gouffier vinifies a patchwork of 22 cuvées that embody all the diversity of the Côte Chalonnaise terroirs: Bouzeron, Rully, Mercurey, Givry and Montagny.

Domaine Michelot

Meursault

This estate, which has belonged to the Michelot family for six generations, has grown over the years and now comprises more than 19 hectares, including several prestigious Premiers Crus. 

Domaine Renaud

Irancy

“My estate has been in the family for 7 generations. It was in 1914 that my great-grandfather himself, great-grandson of a winegrower, settled in Irancy. My wines are the reflection of terroirs offering purity, finesse and minerality”.