Moillard, since 1850

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Today, the Moillard wine estate – Domaine Moillard – spreads over Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, from Vougeot to Volnay over nearly twenty hectares (around 49 acres). Half of the wines produced on the estate are Premier Cru.

Here wines of rare finesse and elegance faithful to Burgundian tradition, whose structure and power bring you great cellaring potential, are crafted.

Just as in 1950, the idea of a job well done remains fundamental on the estate. Some of the Jewels
in Moillard’s Crown: Pommard 1er Cru Les Rugiens, Volnay 1er Cru Clos des Chênes and Nuits-Saint-Georges Les Argillats.

The Jewels in our Crown

1850
Date when Moillard was founded
1100
barrels in our cellar
2100
winery capacity in hl
14
average ageing time in months

The Signature

In Burgundy, it isn’t enough to be ‘well-born’, you have to be ‘well-bred’ too. When Symphorien Moillard became a wine négociant (broker), buying his first wines in 1850, he was meticulous in his selection, first maturing his winesin barrels, before bottling them, to be able to sell them with the same pride as for the wines from his estate. This new activity required a lot of tasting experience to be able to judge how the wine would evolve over the coming 3, 5 or 10 years. This art of selection is still pivotal at Moillard today. Aiming to ever improve control over the quality of the wines that are produced within its walls, Moillard procures its grapes or must direct from vinegrowers who have been our partners for many years. It is then Moillard that vinifies and matures the wine, allowing us to craft quality wine that adheres to company tradition. That’s how we feel the job of Négociant-Eleveur (Broker-Maturer) should be done.

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Moillard’s Values

Des vins bien élevés depuis 1850…

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