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Maison Albert Bichot

A large domaine with superb wines
Mondovino will give you an insight into the work of the Maison Albert Bichot and its range of wines.
Founded in 1831, the Domaine Albert Bichot is now run by Albéric Bichot, a representative of his family's sixth generation. As the vineyard property is scattered throughout Burgundy, Albert Bichot has established four wineries: Château Long-Depaquit in Chablis, Domaine du Clos-Frantin in Nuits-Saint-Georges, Domaine du Pavillon in Pommard, and Domaine Adélie in Mercurey. Each of these wineries makes the wine from the surrounding appellations itself, so that the grapes have the shortest possible transportation routes from vineyard to cellar. Although all the wineries are wholly owned by Albert Bichot, the individual name of each winery also appears on its labels to indicate where the grapes were pressed.
Since the quality of wine is created on the vine, Albert Bichot employs two people who spend the whole year in the vineyards ensuring that strict quality guidelines are adhered to. Each vineyard is regularly inspected, whether it is owned by the winery or by a long-standing grape supplier. Long-time head oenologist Alain Serveau considers ripe fruit aromas and ripe tannins to be the most important elements of Albert Bichot wines. Before the harvest Mr Serveau visits each vineyard and tastes grape seeds to assess the ripeness of the fruit. The wines must come across as supple, with ripe, full fruit, so that younger wine connoisseurs and future generations will also be drawn to Burgundies.

Wines from the Maison Albert Bichot