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Château de Beauregard Pouilly-Fuissé & Saint Véran

The Burrier family have been living in the South of Burgundy for 500 years, and have owned Château de Beauregard for six generations. This is an exceptionally run estate with 43 hectares of vineyards. The Burrier family holdings - Chateau de Beauregard, Georges Burrier and Joseph Burrier - constitute one of the major properties of Southern Burgundy. Its vineyards include top holdings in Pouilly-Fuisse, Saint-Veran, Fleurie, Moulin-À-Vent, Morgon, Saint-Armour and Chiroubles.

Frédéric Burrier makes the very rare Pouilly-Fuissé 'Hommage à Léonard Chandon', a Monopole Cuvee produced at Château du Clos, in the heart of the Pouilly-Fuissé appellation. This property was bought by Louis Montpir in 1782, and now the eighth generation, in the form of Jean-François Combier, runs the property with Frédéric. One of the famous names of the family was Léonard Chandon, whose brother married Adélaïde Moët forming the famous Champagne house.

The vineyard is a true Clos, and is classified Pouilly-Fuissé, and the name of the parcel is ‘Pouilly’. The vines are situated on soils of marnes, a special type of clay that produces wines that seem to unite the power of Fuissé with the elegance of Pouilly. The very old vines go into the "Hommage" (half the vines planted in 1938 and the other half in 1961). We have a small allocation available in this offer when purchased in the mixed Discovery 6-pack.

"This old line family domaine, presently directed by 6th generation family member Frédéric-Marc Burrier, has been operating in the Mâconnais for more than 500 years. As the scores and reviews attest, I was suitably impressed with the quality and recommend the wines to you."
— Burghound

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