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The Maison Régnard is one of the oldest and most prestigious wine-producing realities in all of French Burgundy. Founded in the second half of the nineteenth century, in 1860 for precision, the winery was born at the hands of Zéphir Régnard, and above all is to be considered at the time one of the most important wineries Burgundian, possessing several plots of vines in Region of the Mâconnais, or in the most southern part of Burgundy, from which it derives those which can be considered as some of the best Chablis of the world.

The pulsating heart of the Maison is, however, to be identified with the appellation Pouilly Fuissé AOC, in whose territory is located what is the main operating center from the company itself, still rooted in the historic Clos du Pavillon, whose wineries date back Even in the eighteenth century, to the far 1755 to be exact. Passed in 1984 in the hands of the De Ladoucette family, the Maison, just after the change of ownership, went through an important period of recovery and renovation, during which were restored both the castle and the vineyards, including well Seven plots are classified as Grand Cru. In The Vineyard, every working phase is aimed at respecting the environment, nature and ecosystem, and the vines are meticulously cared for, so as to get to collect valuable, concentrated and forthright grapes. In the cellar, employing the most modern oenological technologies and innovating the production processes without ever outclassing those which are the most ancient territorial traditions, and above all always remaining in the wake of what over the centuries has established Like the typical style of the winery, wines have been produced for years throughout the world. With labels characterized by great elegance and a passage in wood always measured and calibrated to the chisel, never are prevaricate the most obvious peculiarities of the individual cru, and any smaller organoleptic nuance is exalted in wines Just extraordinary.

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