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Jean-Claude Ramonet
France – 
Borgogna Côte d’Or – 
Chassagne-Montrachet – 
Chassagne-Montrachet – 

THE COMPANY

Noël and Jean-Claude cultivate 17 hectares since they took over from their grandfather Pierre, one of the first men who made Burgundy famous throughout the world. In 1994, when Pierre died, the Domaine came under the management of his two grandchildren, since his father André had never taken care of it directly. Today, the Ramonet brothers are among the greatest interpreters of the wine of Chassagne-Montrachet, a village in which the “terroir” is the master, through the smallest nuances of Morgeot or Ruchottes. From the 2014 harvest Noël left the management to his brother Jean-Claude who, with the help of his daughter Anne-France, continues Pierre Ramonet’s work, confirming himself as an icon of the Côte de Beaune.

France - 

Bourgogne

Côte de Beaune

The Cote de Beaune covers about 30 km running from the northern limit of the AOC Ladoix to the southern limit of the AOC Maranges, although the latter designation is all outside the administrative department of the Cote d'Or, belonging instead to that of Saone-et-Loire. In the Cote de Beaune, the strip of rock outcrop, or Argovien, is situated higher up the hill; instead of a narrow strip of vineyard below the ledge, therefore, a broad, gentle slope has been formed on which the vineyards climb, some almost to the peaks.

France - 

Bourgogne

Côte de Beaune

The Cote de Beaune covers about 30 km running from the northern limit of the AOC Ladoix to the southern limit of the AOC Maranges, although the latter designation is all outside the administrative department of the Cote d'Or, belonging instead to that of Saone-et-Loire. In the Cote de Beaune, the strip of rock outcrop, or Argovien, is situated higher up the hill; instead of a narrow strip of vineyard below the ledge, therefore, a broad, gentle slope has been formed on which the vineyards climb, some almost to the peaks.