We have three simple ambitions: to always work in harmony with the laws of nature, maintain a hands-off approach and let the vintage do all the talking. That’s it. Embracing sustainability and biodynamic viticulture is not just about making succulent and delectable wines, it’s about making a connection with our planet and letting it know that we will do our absolute best to take care of it.
Just three kilometres south from Beaune, the wine capital of Burgundy, the ancient vineyard of Clos Marey-Monge sits close to the centre of the Côte d’Or. At 20 hectares, Château de Pommard is the largest private Clos in Burgundy. It’s a place where grand architecture and passionate winemaking converge among the vines.
With almost three centuries of wisdom that has come from respecting and protecting Clos Marey-Monge, Michael Baum, Emmanuel Sala and oenologist and agronomic specialist, Antoine Lepetit de la Bigne, are on a mission to protect the vineyard for another 300 years with Biodynamic viticulture.