Château Long-Depaquit is located at the heart of the village of Chablis, in Burgundy’s Yonne department. A stroll through the estate’s grounds, which boast centuries-old trees and a rose garden, offers a unique, timeless experience.
An exceptional 65-hectare legacy, our vineyards benefit from a sustainable approach to viticulture. Limiting yields and keeping interventions to a minimum during the vinification process help create authentic, mineral, elegant wines. Barrel ageing is used in moderation to best preserve the expression of each terroir.
A new winery was built at the estate in 2014. Not only is it more eco-friendly, it also allows us to continue to improve the quality of our wines by giving them more purity and precision.
Domaine du Clos Frantin
Domaine du Clos Frantin, a beautiful 18th century estate, is located in Nuits-Saint-Georges at the heart of the Côte de Nuits, home to the world’s most rare and prestigious appellations where the Pinot Noir grape flourishes. The vines cover a surface area of 7.3 hectares, of which 3.9 are Premier and Grand Crus.
The use of fertilizers and herbicides has been replaced by compost and ploughing. Respect for the soil, severe pruning and performing green harvest if needed allow us to obtain low volumes of high-quality grapes. Our vineyards are organic certified since 2012 and starting with the 2018 vintage, all the wines from the estate will bear the certified “organic wine” label.
Our winery is equipped with modern vinification equipment that nevertheless allows us to respect traditional methods. Working with gravity has replaced mechanical operations to better respect the quality and aromatic potential of the grapes.
Château-Gris is a castle that was built in the 18th century in Nuits-Saint-Georges, in the middle of a 3.5-hectare walled vineyard. Its name comes from the grey (gris) colour of its slate roof, which is unusual in Burgundy where tiles are predominant.
Its terraced vineyard, which is rather rare in Burgundy, is organic certified. It culminates at an altitude of 280 metres. The plots close to the castle are planted with Pinot Noir grapes, while Chardonnay is grown higher up. The vines have an average age of over 40 years.
The vineyard’s altitude, steep slope that faces due east, and characteristic clay-limestone soil (Bathonian stage of the Middle Jurassic) provide optimal conditions for yielding fine, elegant wines.
Starting with the 2018 vintage, athe wines of the Château-Gris will bear the certified “organic wine” label.
Domaine du Pavillon
Domaine du Pavillon is located south of Pommard, in the Côte de Beaune. The vineyards, winery, cellar, and 18th-century manor are surrounded by a wall. The estate’s 15 hectares of vines include nearly 4 hectares of our monopole Pommard “Clos des Ursulines”.
Just as at Domaine du Clos Frantin in Nuits-Saint-Georges, we practice organic viticulture with ongoing concern for the respect of the complex balances found in nature.
The winery was modernized in 2016, so that we could vinify more of the Côte de Beaune’s single vineyards, in vats of varying sizes that are perfectly adapted to the single vineyard approach that is typical in Burgundy.
As for the other Côte-d’Or and Mercurey estates, the wines of the Pavillon will bear the certified “organic wine” label, starting with vintage 2018.
Domaine Adélie is located in the Côte Chalonnaise village of Mercurey. Its 7,8 hectares of vines are divided among different plots that produce delectable, rich red wines and subtle, elegant whites.
The estate is named after Albéric Bichot’s daughter who was born in 2003, further anchoring the Bichot family’s roots in Burgundy from generation to generation.
Respect for the terroir and for nature is essential for us. We practice sustainable and organic viticulture. Starting with the 2018 vintage, the wines of Domaine Adélie will bear the certified “organic wine” label.
Domaine De Rochegrés
Covering 5.2 hectares of the 660 hectares of the Moulin-à-Vent appellation, the vines are ideally located at the heart of the Rochegrès single vineyard where, as its name suggests, the granitic parent rock (roche) is visible at the surface of the soil amid the rows of vines.
This exceptional and distinctive location uncontestably defines the profile of these structured, fleshy wines that boast an impressive range of floral aromas.
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