Puligny-Montrachet La Corvée des Vignes

Puligny and Chassagne share the fabulous Montrachet, and both villages have appended its name to theirs. Who could ask for a better flagship? Its radiance and harmony are unequalled. Body, bouquet, colour... liquid gold. Our vines are just a stone’s throw from a number of Grands Crus, and they share their qualities and advantages.


Geographical situation: To the south of the Côte de Beaune, between Meursault and Chassagne-Montrachet. The Corvées des Vignes climat is adjacent to Meursault, and its neighbours include Meursault Les Charmes.
Grape variety: 100 % Chardonnay
Soil and subsoil: very deep, clayey soil, ruddy and rich in iron, only slightly calcareous.
Planting density: 10 101,01 vines / ha
Yield: 41 hl / ha
Rootstock: massal selection only.
Pest management since 1995
Organic agriculture. Received official approval in 2001.
Bio-dynamic agriculture since the 2001 campaign.
Horse ploughing
Training: Guyot
Vineyard news: the sanitary state is very healthy thanks to the favorable climatic conditions.


Cluny Abbey received the land around Puligny in 1095, and the monks developed the vines there. The seigniory was held by the Mypont family, then by the Dukes of Burgundy under Philippe the Hardy, and later by Burgundy nobles.