Domaine Chanzy, with a historic presence in Bouzeron, owns and operates an 80-hectare vineyard spread over the three Burgundy principal regions, with a strong focus on the Côte Chalonnaise. The estate’s history dates back to the sixteenth century, as evidenced by the vaulted cellar which is still in use today. Domaine Chanzy is the largest vineyard owner in Burgundy’s Côte Chalonnaise and produces up to 40 appellations, 11 of which are Grand Crus and 16 Premier Crus - 5 Clos and 2 Monopoles.
Domaine Chanzy has deep respect for the “climats”, the terroirs of Burgundy.
Vines are grown in an agriculturally sustainable manner and the group is deeply committed to environmentally friendly initiatives, striving for biodiversity of the soil.
These practices ensure that each wine is a true expression of its individual climat, which are the true treasure of Burgundy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015.
Respecting the terroirs - throughout the seasons Domaine Chanzy seeks to safeguard the biodiversity and ecosystem of its vineyard. It aims at preserving its environment using treatments which respect the soil while fine tuning its fertilisation and microbial system.
Enhancing grapes - in order to showcase the identity of each of its terroirs, all of Domaine Chanzy’s wines are aged in casks of carefully selected origin. Each wine receives meticulous handling through complete mastery of the maturation process. This is how each and every grape is enhanced to create remarkable wines.
Unveiling treasures - the range of wines produced at the domain through its own vineyard or grapes sourced from local partners includes some of the most famous appellations such as Puligny-Montrachet and Clos Vougeot but also hidden treasures from the Côte Chalonnaise such as Mercurey and Rully; and also Bouzeron, the only wine produced from Aligoté grapes with a village appellation.