Estate-owned vines sit in the heart of Beaune’s premier cru slope; east-facing, the vineyard has sandy, light soils with lots of stones, contributing to the wine’s silky texture and aromatic definition.

The name Remoissenet for serious collectors stands for refined, classic Burgundy wines. A leading light in Beaune for generations, this 150-year- old estate is now more than ever the definitive source for the finest wines Burgundy has to offer. Crucially, the team at Remoissenet wears two separate yet related hats. The first is as a high-quality, small-batch négociant, maintaining long-term and close relationships with growers up and down the Côte. The second is as a vine-growing estate with an expanding stable of Burgundy’s most lauded vineyards, all cared for fastidiously and according to biodynamic principles.


Estate-owned vines, cared for biodynamically, are located in the heart of Beaune’s premier cru slope. East-facing, the vineyard has sandy, light soils with lots of stones.
Age of Vine: 30-40 years
Hand-harvested. Fermented on indigenous yeasts in open- top fermenters and aged in French oak barrels (350L), with approx. 30% new barrels. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Nose & Taste: Aromas of black cherries, licorice, black plums. Plush and sweet, with fine-grained tannins.
Food Pairing: Grilled lamb sausages; roasted chicken with herbs; air-dried saucisson with black pepper.