The big wine company based in the city Nuits-Saint-Georges
(Côte de Nuits) was founded in 1961 by Jean-Claude Boisset (* 1943). In 1982, the two trading houses Charles Vienot and Thomas Bassot were bought, thus taking over the two largest competitors. In 1985 the company went public and subsequently took over numerous companies and wineries. However, in 2003 it was taken over again 100% by the Boisset family. Today it is the largest wine trading house in the Burgundy
and is also one of the three largest wine and spirits companies in France. Ownership in many winegrowing regions includes, among others, Caroline de Beaulieu (Languedoc), Bouchard-Aîné, Thomas Bassot, Domaine Bernard (Rhône), L'Héritier-Guyot, Lionel Bruck, Chauvenet, Delaunay, Charles de Fére, Jaffelin, Mommessin (Beaujolais ), Moreau (Chablis), Morin Père et Fils, Marcilly, Pierre Ponnelle, Ropiteau, Cellier de Samons (Beaujolais), Varichon et Clerk and Viénot.
In 1998, an overseas project was started for the first time and in Canada with Vincor International
the Le Clos Jordanne winery was founded. There is also Joint ventures
and owned in Chile (Veranda with Corpora), California with its own branch (De Loach Vineyards, Raymond Vineyards, Seven Peaks) and Uruguay (Progreso winery with Pisano). There is a sales joint venture in the UK. The Domaine de la Vougeraie
winery has been in operation since 1999. The vineyards cover 37 hectares of vineyards in well-known appellations with grands crus such as Corton-Charlemagne in the community Aloxe-Corton
, You will be environmentally friendly ecological Guidelines managed.