Remoissenet is undoubtedly one of Burgundy’s most venerable producers. A visit to their ancient 14th century cellars below the town of Beaune reveals nearly 1,000,000 bottles of Premier and Grand Cru bottlings dating back to the early 20th century. The groundwork for the winery was laid in the early 1800s by Pierre Remoissenet, a respected cooper, taster and broker in the town of Beaune. For years Remoissenet built its reputation on older reserves and negociant wines.
Since being purchased in 2005 by a group of investors led by the Milstein brothers of New York and Todd Halpern of Toronto, the estate has experienced a renaissance, with the focus of returning Remoissenet to the list of elite producers of the Cote d’Or.
Everything is in place to produce the finest wines possible from the region. Reputations are not built or re-built
overnight. Everyone at Remoissenet is keenly aware that they must do their very best year after year to earn the
respect of the wine world and most importantly the wine consumer. Blessed with the excellent vintages of 2005 and 2006, everything is off to a good start.
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