Our Wines

Our Château de Pommard and Famille Carabello-Baum cuvées range from our unique Clos to some of the most famous appellations in Burgundy.

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Let's look first at the Clos Marey-Monge wines.

Distinct soil types and densities producing fascinatingly different expressions of Pinot Noir on top of two million years of tectonic activity. Our biodynamic vineyard is like no other.

Our Clos Wines are our proudest cuvées. Our flagship wine is the Monopole, which is a blend taken from all the seven individual cuvées we produce from our vineyard. This blending is a real feat of balance and taste from our winemaker.

Click on 'Château de Pommard' in the filter below to explore our Clos wines.

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Explore the Côte d'Or

Our second catalogue features wines from the Famille Carabello-Baum label.

These wines come from across Burgundy’s Côte d’Or, from the Pinot Noir rich Côte de Nuits to the Chardonnay fields of the Côte de Beaune. Explore wines from the Route des Grands Crus with the links below.

Clos Marey-Monge

Côte de Beaune

Côte de Nuits

Made by Nature

As winemakers, our ultimate goal is to create the purest expression of the grape, the terroir, and the vintage. We know following what Nature intended is the way to make the best tasting wines.



If you are drinking a red Burgundy, it is most certainly Pinot Noir. Unlike many grape varieties born out of cross-breeding, Pinot Noir remains very close to the wild vines present in the forests of the Côte d’Or even before Roman times.

Don’t expect to find Pinot Noir at any latitude. This grape requires a cool climate like those found in Burgundy. Pinot Noir finds its best match in the limestone and clay vineyards of the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune. Red wines from Chambolle-Musigny, Échezeaux, Gevrey‑Chambertin, Pommard, or Volnay, for example are the perfect illustrations of Pinot Noir’s potential.

We compare winemaking with Pinot Noir to painting. The landscapes are the soils, the painter is the winemaker, and the colors emerge from the expressions of Pinot Noir.


Chardonnay was born in Burgundy, the result of cross-breeding between Gouais Blanc and Pinot Noir. Now one of the most planted grape varieties across the world, in a total of 41 countries, Chardonnay has proven its ability to adapt to many different environments. 

Flexible, Burgundy’s iconic grape variety can accurately interpret the subtle variations of the soils and climates upon which it grows, expressing a multitude of personalities. In Burgundy, Chardonnay unveils many different expressions. While it produces a chiseled and mineral white wine in Chablis, it can also be profound, ample, and structured further south, in the Mâconnais.

But it is the Côte de Beaune that offers Chardonnay an unrivaled playground and brings global prestige to the local grape variety. From the Montrachet to the hill of Corton, clay and limestone-rich soils create Chardonnays with intense gold color, aromas of white-fleshed fruit lined with floral, creamy, oaky notes, and a smooth, mineral filled palate.