Burgundy wasn’t always the hotbed of elegant estate-bottled wines that we know today. At the turn of the 20th century, wine was bought and blended by negociants (different from those we carry in our shop today) who cared more about making a buck than authenticity. It wasn’t until producers like the then Marquis D’Angerville in Volnay took a stand and bottled their own wine that things began to change.
Now, his grandson Guillaume continues the tradition. Guillaume’s wines speak to the power of authenticity. His minimal intervention approach and quality farming practices give us wines that sing of their place. These bottles make you want to shed a layer or two of pretension, kick back, and enjoy the best of honest-to-goodness Burgundy.