The iconic winegrowers and producers of the Burgundy Wine Route

The iconic winegrowers and producers of the Burgundy Wine Route

Burgundy has no shortage of winegrowers. 

The region is home to major producers and quality winegrowers who have been recognised for their expertise for many years. In short, real references in the wine industry.

If you're wondering which towns to visit in Burgundy, it would be difficult to list them all. 
However, the Hôtel Les Sept Fontaines will introduce you to the 5 iconic winemakers and producers of the Burgundy Wine Route.

Maison Louis Jadot

Founded in 1859 in the Beaune vineyard, Maison Louis Jadot is an essential place, a historical reference for all wine lovers. As one of the producers of Chablis, it is always on the lookout for exceptional and accessible wines. The Maison Louis Jadot vineyard extends from the Côte de Nuits to the Mâconnais and covers an area of 200 hectares.

You will find a wide range of cuvées, from Grand Crus (including Corton-Charlemagne or Clos de la Roche) to Premier Crus, as well as AOC Villages and regional appellations.


Le domaine Bouchard Père et Fils

Founded in 1731, Maison Bouchard Père & Fils has been located in the Château de Beaune since 1820 and benefits from a unique historical and architectural heritage. The estate's wines benefit from optimal ageing conditions thanks to the underground galleries. These are the remains of the former 15th century royal fortress.

With 450 plots, the Beaune vineyard is rooted in prestigious Burgundy terroirs such as the Côte de Nuits. It extends over 48 kilometres in the Beaunois region. This rich variety of vines requires a demanding and meticulous work from the estate's teams.

Le domaine Faiveley

If you're wondering which vineyard to visit in Burgundy, Maison Faiveley is a must. Established in Nuits-Saint-Georges in 1825, it owns one of the most beautiful estates in Burgundy. Today, the 7th generation of the Faiveley family passionately continues its values of excellence.

The vineyard extends over 120 hectares in the Côte de Nuits, Côte Chalonnaise and Côte de Beaune. It is the perfect marriage between tradition and modernity that produces the finest Burgundy wines.


Le Clos des Lambrays

Ideally located in Morey-Saint-Denis on the Burgundy Wine Route, Le Clos des Lambrays is one of the oldest vineyards in the region. Traces of the estate date back to the 14th century. The current estate covers almost 9 hectares of the clay and limestone soils of the Côte de Nuits.

Le Clos des Lambrays produces a Pinot Noir grape that is considered one of the best in the world. The Grand Cru of the same name is full-bodied and supple, with aromas of black fruits.



Le domaine Thierry Mortet

Founded in 1992 on 4 hectares, the Domaine Thierry Mortet has now more than doubled in size. The vineyard is located between Dijon and the Côte de Nuits. The annual production, all organic, is around 40,000 bottles. The domaine also won the International Competition for Organic Products and Conversion.