Bouchard Pere et Fils
Founded in 1731 and the largest vineyard owner of premiers crus and grands crus in the Côte d’Or, the House of Bouchard is one of the most distinguished sources of both estate-grown and négociant wines from Burgundy. Over the centuries, successive generations of the Bouchard family acquired vineyards, gradually increasing their estate holdings. Today, Bouchard Père & Fils owns 130 hectares (approximately 321 acres), of which 86 hectares (212.5 acres) are grands and premiers crus. Bouchard’s holdings are concentrated in the Côte de Beaune, where the winery has parcels in 35 premiers crus vineyards-including their famous monopole, the Beaune-Grèves Vigne de l’Enfant Jésus. Bouchard is the single largest owner in Chevalier-Montrachet, and has the exclusive distribution rights to La Romanée, the celebrated grand cru of the Château de Vosne Romanée. These three wines rank among the flagship wines of the House.
In 1995 Joseph Henriot and family acquired Maison Bouchard Père & Fils. Henriot is committed to developing Bouchard and restoring this illustrious House to preeminence among top Burgundy producers.
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