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Domaine Burgaud

In 1980 Bernard Burgaud oriented the family farm towards 100% wine production and created the Domaine Burgaud. He is part of a generation that embodies the rebirth of the Côte-Rôtie. A winegrower by passion, he does not wish to extend his estate beyond 5 hectares to remain always close to the vines and the wine. “The vineyard's extremely uneven landscape means that mechanical methods are often impossible.” Said Bernard, “Most of the winemaking is carried out manu- ally, and the winemaker makes a considerable physical contribution. In contexts like ours, a single man can work only 2ha per year.” 

Located in the commune of Ampuis, the historical heart of Côte Rôtie, the estate is present on the famed climats known as: Côte Blonde, Fongeant, Les Moutonnes, Leyat, La Brosse and Champin. Between tradition and progress, Bernard refuses the fashion for special vintages and other "parcels" and relies on the balance of the blend by keeping only one cuvée. In the 2000s, he began to focus on reducing inputs and conserving the agronomic potential of the soils. In 2020 his son Pierre took over the estate, pursuing his strategy and obtained the HVE (High Environmental Value) label.