Maison Albert Bichot

France Burgundy

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The wine merchants "Albert Bichot" was founded in 1831 by Bernard Bichot (1750-1850) in Meursault. His son Hyppolyte Bichot (1831-1908) donated the vineyard Volnay Cuvée Blondeau for the Hospices de...
Name: Maison Albert Bichot
Growing area: Burgundy
Owner: Famille Bichot
Manager: Olivier Kooman
Managing Director: Alberic Bichot
Wine Maker: Philippe Seguin

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0.75 L
2004 Beaune Premier cru AOC Champimonts
Translate to English Editor note: Etwas erdiger Paprikaduft mit Beerentönen, ein wenig Kirschen sowie altholzigen und pilzigen Noten....
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2004 Beaune Premier cru AOC Clos des Mouches
Editor note: Clear nose with some delicate maturation notes, candied citrus fruit, some honeydew melon, apples an...
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2006 Chablis AOC Chablis
Editor note: Citrus and apples on the nose, delicate spicy vegetal notes. Clear fruit on the palate, straightforw...
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2006 Beaune Premier cru AOC Clos des Mouches
Editor note: Melon and apples on the nose, nutty notes, herbaceous and mineral traces, light spicy oak. More prom...
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2005 Chablis AOC Chablis
Editor note: Apples, melon and citrus fruit on the nose, light mineral and vegetal notes, hint of mussel shells....
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2005 Beaune Premier cru AOC Clos des Mouches
Editor note: Citrus fruit and green apples on the nose, green vegetables, yeasty and mineral notes with some chal...

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The wine merchants "Albert Bichot" was founded in 1831 by Bernard Bichot (1750-1850) in Meursault. His son Hyppolyte Bichot (1831-1908) donated the vineyard Volnay Cuvée Blondeau for the Hospices de Beaune whose wines are still being auctioned today. In the third generation Albert Bichot I. (1870-1952) enlarged the property by acquiring several small trading houses. He relocated the wineries or the headquarters of Meursault Beaune, The company subsequently became the largest exporter of Burgundy wines. Today it is run by Albéric Bichot (born 1964) in the fifth generation. The company acts as Négociant éleveur that is, grapes are purchased from contract growers and the wines vinified are marketed under their own name. Furthermore, Bichot also acts as a vigneron (winemaker) and is owned by four renowned wineries in the Burgundy with 100 hectares of vineyards:

  • Domaine Adélie (Mercurey) with 4.2 ha
  • Domaine du Clos Frantin (Nuits-Saint-Georges) with 13 ha
  • Domaine Long Depaquit (Chablis) with 65 ha - founded in 1791
  • Domaine du Pavillon (Pommard) with 17 ha

The white wines are fermented refrigerated for three weeks in tanks to preserve the fruitiness. For the red wines, the intact grapes are mashed for three weeks. Barrels of Alliers and Tronçais are used for aging in barriques. The wide product range includes wines from many famous Burgundian communities with renowned Grands Crus (after the parish in Klammer) and Premiers Crus. These are for example Aloxe-Corton (Les Languettes, Clos des Maréchudes, Corton-Charlemagne), chablis (Les Blanchots, Bougros, Les Clos, La Moutonne, Les Preuses, Les Vaudésirs), Chambolle-Musigny. Flagey-Echezeaux (Echézeaux, Grands Echézeaux), Gevrey-Chambertin (Chambertin, Charmes-Chambertin, Latricières-Chambertin), Mercurey. Meursault. Monthélie. Morey-Saint-Denis. Montrachet (Bâtard-Montrachet, Criots-Bâtard-Montrachet, Montrachet), Nuits-Saint-Georges. Pommard. Volnay. Vosne-Romanée ( Richebourg. Romanée-Saint-Vivant ) and Vougeot ( Clos de Vougeot ).

Furthermore, wines of the regional Burgundian appellations Beaujolais. Bourgogne. Côte de Beaune-Villages. Côte Chalonnaise and Côte de Nuits-Villages produced or marketed. Last but not least, there are also wines from the wine-growing regions of Languedoc, Provence and Rhône. These are, for example, the appellations Côtes du Rhône. Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Languedoc, The wines are exported to over 100 countries.

Maison Albert Bichot Region: France Burgundy
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