Bourgogne de Vigne en Verre

35 Domaines, 35 Identités,
300 ha de vignobles,
90 AOC de Bourgogne

Bourgogne de Vigne en Verre a été créé il y a plus de 30 ans, en 1981. Ce regroupement de 12 domaines, visionnaire à l’époque, véritable continuité de chacun d’entre eux, répond plus que jamais aux besoins des professionnels du monde du vin.

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Domain J. B. Lebreuil

Jean-Baptiste Lebreuil

" Le domaine recherche des vins typiquement bourguignons avec un respect du terroir, du cépage et de l'appellation. "

HOUSE PROFILE

The Lebreuil estate is based right in the very heart of Savigny-les-Beaune, a small wine-growing village situated 5km to the North-West of Beaune.

The Domaine of Guettotes is a very old bourgeois house - typically Burgundian - that one finds in an enclosed field bearing the same name; moreover, behind the house are several parcels of vines. The word “Guettotes” means “the last look-out” in the old dialect. In bygone times, this was where you would come to scan the horizon whilst “keeping watch”.

HISTORY

In 1935, Madame and Monsieur Paul Lebreuil took over their aunt’s vines and established themselves in Savigny-les-Beaune.  In 1958 their son Pierre put his studies on hold to work at the family property, then took up various courses (pruning, grafting etc.) at the viticultural school in Beaune. In 1965 he took over the property with his wife Odile, who was the daughter of a wine grower in Chambolle-Musigny.

Over the course of time, the property expanded from 2ha to 7ha, and Pierre Lebreuil invested in bottling equipment, and increased bottle sales as a result of hand-selling the wines in France and in the rest of Europe.

In 1999 it was the turn of Jean-Baptiste - son of Pierre and Odile – to return to the company, after receiving his “Technical / Commercial Diploma in Wines and Spirits” and undertaking a number of training periods (in France, Argentina, Australia…); all of which were instrumental in helping him bring a fresh approach to the viticulture, winemaking, maturation, and to the marketing and selling of the family’s wines.

In September 2001, the family concern became the company Pierre and Jean-Baptiste Lebreuil. The estate now possesses 10.5ha under vine in the villages of Savigny-les-Beaune and Aloxe-Corton, with wines labelled under the regional, village and 1er Cru appellations  in both red and white.

THE WINES

With the white wines as with the red, the Domaine endeavours to make typical Burgundian wines with a respect for the terroir, the grape variety and the appellation.

The wines are in general very fruity, and very smooth yet capable of long ageing courtesy of fine tannins.

Domaine Lebreuil practises “lutte raisonnée” viticulture (lit. “the reasoned struggle”), which is to say that the vine is treated only when under attack from a virulent disease, so as to minimise the use of systemic products.

The nurturing of the vine is done in the most traditional Burgundian way possible, despite using the most up to date equipment and techniques.

Wine production is also conducted along the most traditional lines: harvesting is carried out by hand and a rigorous selection is made on the vine. However the method of winemaking can vary according to the character of the vintage and the quality of the harvest.

ADRESSE

17 rue Chanson Maldant
21420 SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE


Jean-Baptiste Lebreuil

" Le domaine recherche des vins typiquement bourguignons avec un respect du terroir, du cépage et de l'appellation. "

HOUSE PROFILE

The Lebreuil estate is based right in the very heart of Savigny-les-Beaune, a small wine-growing village situated 5km to the North-West of Beaune.

The Domaine of Guettotes is a very old bourgeois house - typically Burgundian - that one finds in an enclosed field bearing the same name; moreover, behind the house are several parcels of vines. The word “Guettotes” means “the last look-out” in the old dialect. In bygone times, this was where you would come to scan the horizon whilst “keeping watch”.

HISTORY

In 1935, Madame and Monsieur Paul Lebreuil took over their aunt’s vines and established themselves in Savigny-les-Beaune.  In 1958 their son Pierre put his studies on hold to work at the family property, then took up various courses (pruning, grafting etc.) at the viticultural school in Beaune. In 1965 he took over the property with his wife Odile, who was the daughter of a wine grower in Chambolle-Musigny.

Over the course of time, the property expanded from 2ha to 7ha, and Pierre Lebreuil invested in bottling equipment, and increased bottle sales as a result of hand-selling the wines in France and in the rest of Europe.

In 1999 it was the turn of Jean-Baptiste - son of Pierre and Odile – to return to the company, after receiving his “Technical / Commercial Diploma in Wines and Spirits” and undertaking a number of training periods (in France, Argentina, Australia…); all of which were instrumental in helping him bring a fresh approach to the viticulture, winemaking, maturation, and to the marketing and selling of the family’s wines.

In September 2001, the family concern became the company Pierre and Jean-Baptiste Lebreuil. The estate now possesses 10.5ha under vine in the villages of Savigny-les-Beaune and Aloxe-Corton, with wines labelled under the regional, village and 1er Cru appellations  in both red and white.

THE WINES

With the white wines as with the red, the Domaine endeavours to make typical Burgundian wines with a respect for the terroir, the grape variety and the appellation.

The wines are in general very fruity, and very smooth yet capable of long ageing courtesy of fine tannins.

Domaine Lebreuil practises “lutte raisonnée” viticulture (lit. “the reasoned struggle”), which is to say that the vine is treated only when under attack from a virulent disease, so as to minimise the use of systemic products.

The nurturing of the vine is done in the most traditional Burgundian way possible, despite using the most up to date equipment and techniques.

Wine production is also conducted along the most traditional lines: harvesting is carried out by hand and a rigorous selection is made on the vine. However the method of winemaking can vary according to the character of the vintage and the quality of the harvest.

ADRESSE

17 rue Chanson Maldant
21420 SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE


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