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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Domaine Chofflet

Jonathan Brunot

After a varied and unconventional career path – which included business school, Saint Cyr military school, an OIV Master of Science in Wine Management, working on a farm in Argentina and overseeing the Domaine de L’Abbaye de Lerins (Provence) for two years – Jonathan Brunot took over the Domaine from his father-in-law Denis Valdenaire in June 2019, after a three years’ apprenticeship.

Jonathan was responsible for returning the original name ‘Domaine Chofflet’ to the property of 14.5 ha, which dates back to 1710 ; this has been marked with the introduction of a new label and bottle.

Having always been lured to working on the land, and following in the footsteps of his father-in-law, he practices la viticulture raisonnée, and as a consequence weeding has been strictly carried out by hand since 2017.

You will be won over by the approachability and fruitiness of the wines from Domaine Chofflet – this is surely a domaine to watch closely.

 

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THE DOMAINE

Located in Russilly, a hamlet of Givry in the Côte Chalonnaise, where meadows and vineyards sit side-by-side amid gently rolling countryside, Domaine Chofflet-Valdenaire extends over 15 hectares. It is concentrated within the same appellation: Givry.

The vinification methods are classic, but the domaine keeps itself up-to-date with new equipment such as a pneumatic press or air conditioning in the vat room, to better control the quality of the product.

THE WINES

The wines of the Givry appellation are multi-faceted and exciting to work with.

Very typical of the appellation, with notes of blackcurrants and red berries, the Clos de Choué is a great expression of its terroir.

The Clos Jus, on the other hand, has a unique and very unusual character, with a very solid frame, often accentuated by aromas of ripe, almost jammy, fruit.

Each, with its own personality, knows how to charm.  A short vatting period, followed by fairly long ageing, are the techniques used by the domaine to extract the fruit, brought out in the grape by the vigneron.

 

    

 

ADRESSE

Russilly
71640 GIVRY


Jonathan Brunot

After a varied and unconventional career path – which included business school, Saint Cyr military school, an OIV Master of Science in Wine Management, working on a farm in Argentina and overseeing the Domaine de L’Abbaye de Lerins (Provence) for two years – Jonathan Brunot took over the Domaine from his father-in-law Denis Valdenaire in June 2019, after a three years’ apprenticeship.

Jonathan was responsible for returning the original name ‘Domaine Chofflet’ to the property of 14.5 ha, which dates back to 1710 ; this has been marked with the introduction of a new label and bottle.

Having always been lured to working on the land, and following in the footsteps of his father-in-law, he practices la viticulture raisonnée, and as a consequence weeding has been strictly carried out by hand since 2017.

You will be won over by the approachability and fruitiness of the wines from Domaine Chofflet – this is surely a domaine to watch closely.

 

.

THE DOMAINE

Located in Russilly, a hamlet of Givry in the Côte Chalonnaise, where meadows and vineyards sit side-by-side amid gently rolling countryside, Domaine Chofflet-Valdenaire extends over 15 hectares. It is concentrated within the same appellation: Givry.

The vinification methods are classic, but the domaine keeps itself up-to-date with new equipment such as a pneumatic press or air conditioning in the vat room, to better control the quality of the product.

THE WINES

The wines of the Givry appellation are multi-faceted and exciting to work with.

Very typical of the appellation, with notes of blackcurrants and red berries, the Clos de Choué is a great expression of its terroir.

The Clos Jus, on the other hand, has a unique and very unusual character, with a very solid frame, often accentuated by aromas of ripe, almost jammy, fruit.

Each, with its own personality, knows how to charm.  A short vatting period, followed by fairly long ageing, are the techniques used by the domaine to extract the fruit, brought out in the grape by the vigneron.

 

    

 

ADRESSE

Russilly
71640 GIVRY


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