Domaine BOUCHARD Pere et Fils


White Burgundy

Bourgogne “La Vignee” Chardonnay

Bourgogne “Reserve” Coteaux des Moines Blanc

Beaune du Chateau

Meursault “Les Clous”



Chevalier-Montrachet “La Cabotte”

Le Montrachet

Chassagne-Montrachet “En Remilly”

Meursault “Genevrieres”

White Burgundy

Bourgogne “La Vignee” Pinot Noir

Bourgogne “Reserve” Coteaux des Moines Rouge

Beaune du Chateau




Monthelie “Les Duresses”

Pommard “Rugiens”

Savigny les Beaune “Les Lavieres”

Volnauy “Taillepieds”

Volnay Caillerets “Ancienne Cuvee Carnot”

Vosne-Romanee “Les Suchots”

Le Corton

Clos de Vougeot


Beaune “Clos de la Mousse”

Pommard “Rugiens”


Volnay Fremiets “Clos de la Rougeotte”

Pommard “Les Pezerolles”

Nuits-St.-Georges “Clos Saint-Marc”

Gevrey-Chambertin “Lavaux St Jacques”

Volnay “Clos des Chenes”

Nuits-St.-Georges “Clos Saint Marc”

Hospices de Beaune

Beaune-Greves “Cuvee Pierre Floquet”

Mazis-Chambertin “Cuvee Madeleine Collignon”


Product Description

One of Burgundy’s Top Producers

– Wine Spectator

Renowned and respected as one of the finest producers in Burgundy, Bouchard Père et Fils has truly become an institution, known for the exceptional quality of their wines and the diversity of its many vineyards.

Founded in 1731,  Bouchard Père et Fils has built up an estate of 130ha and, collectively, is the largest owner of Grand Crus (12ha) and Premier Crus (74ha) across the Côte d’Or Bouchard Père et Fils represents almost one hundred ‘climats’ or uniquely diverse vineyards, including prestigious monopoles such as ‘Beaune Grèves Vigne de l’Enfant Jésus’ and ‘Chevalier-Montrachet La Cabotte’.

Additional Information







Cru Level

Grand Cru, Village Cru


Frédéric Weber



Vineyard Size

130 ha

Wine category

Red Wine, White Wine

Château de Beaune
In 1820 Bernard Bouchard purchased the Château de Beaune, a former royal fortress built in the 15th century by King Louis XI.
Four of the five original towers of the fortress, as well as parts of the ramparts, still stand today, and have featured on the list of historic monuments since 1937.

The cellars run deep underground beneath the property providing ideal natural storage conditions for Bouchard Père & Fils’ fine wines.
Up to 10 metres deep, the wines develop and age undisturbed. These include a unique collection of over 2,000 bottles from the 19thcentury. A priceless historical legacy with, as its icon, the oldest wine – a Meursault Charmes 1846 which still retains its luster.

An Exceptional Domain
Over time, by acquiring various terroirs with great care and patience, Bouchard Père & Fils has built up the biggest domaine in the Côte d’Or. Today the estate boasts 130 hectares of vines, of which 12 are classed Grand Cru and 74 classed as Premier Cru.

Bouchard Père & Fils is an example of unique Burgundy heritage, offering great diversity and a raft of prestigious appellations: Montrachet, Corton-Charlemagne, Beaune Greves Vignes de l’Enfant Jésus, Bonnes-Mares, Meursault Perrières… names that resonate with history, inspiring respect and encouraging the pursuit of excellence, with 4 monopolies and exclusivities among them. These remarkable parcels are meticulously tended by our teams who are responsible for the maintenance of the estate’s vines.

Founded in 1731 in Beaune by Michel Bouchard, Bouchard Père & Fils, is one of the oldest wine estates in Burgundy, perpetuating tradition for over 280 years and 9 generations.

In 1775, Joseph Bouchard acquired his first vineyards in Volnay in the famous “Les Caillerets” climat and started to develop the family’s vineyard holdings.

During the French Revolution, property belonging to the clergy and nobility was confiscated and put up for sale. Joseph’s son, Antoine Philibert Joseph Bouchard, seized the opportunity to extend the family’s vineyard holdings in Beaune including the famous “Beaune Grèves Vigne de l’Enfant Jesus.”

This desire to build up an exceptional estate in Côte d’Or endured through the generations and acquisitions in the best Villages were added throughout the 19th century and again in the early 20th century.