Up & Coming Winemakers
Wine has been associated with Burgundy for millenia and so it often presents as the ancient traditional cornerstone of the wine world. And indeed as it is, and for good reason. But as the centuries rolled by new winemakers steeped in the tradition constantly brought new ideas shaping Burgundy as we know it. This concept continues with yet a new generation of winemakers with new ideas and techniques, some steeped in tradition and others relative newcomers. These winemakers are cementing their place in the pantheon of Burgundy winemakers and we have chosen to be part of Elden's selections on burgundywine.com.
Domaine du Chateau de Vergisson
After having taken over their family vineyards, Stephanie Saumaize and Pierre Laroche created the Domaine du Chateau de Vergisson in 2012, and were soon turning heads in Pouilly-Fuisse and the Maconnais.
Domaine Jean Fery
We first heard of the Domaine Jean Fery a few years back when we ran into Pascal Marchand shortly after his liberation from corporate winemaking.
Domaine Elodie Roy
2018 was the debut vintage for Domaine Elodie Roy. But the back story is incredible. And the future…. well, a star is born!
Agnes Paquet’s family has held an important parcel of vines in the appellation Auxey-Duresses since the mid-1950s. Until 2000, the family rented the land...
Jean Dauvissat Pere et Fils
There’s a new kid on the block. And it’s exciting news for Elden. Fabien Dauvissat (no, not that Dauvissat) has made some radical changes in his father’s considerable Chablis domain.
Combining tradition and modernity, the Domaine Royet produces wines that express the unique subsoils of Côtes du Couchois.
Domaine Alain Vignot
Don’t be surprised if you have not heard of the appellation Bourgogne Cote Saint Jacques.
Domaine Michel Rebougeon
The Domaine Michel Rebougeon, in the heart of Pommard, has origins dating back to the 16th century.