Immerse yourself in a winegrower’s daily life for a day. Share with us a unique experience by participating in the 2018 harvest of Clos Marey-Monge. Through an educational program of about 3 hours led by one of our wine consultants, you will be introduced to all stages of the development of our great wines. You will meet our vines team before our cellar master introduces you to the course of the grapes. From harvesting to bottling, through sorting, vinification, breeding and blending techniques, the elaboration of our wines will have no more secrets for you. Your experience includes a Burgundy breakfast, cellar visit and tasting of 6 wines in a private cellar. You will have lunch at the Château with our team of pickers.
You never know everything about harvesting until you’ve lived it. Open your eyes, listen, sharpen your taste buds. For a few hours, all your senses will be solicited.
Do you know the main principles of biodynamics? Can you recognize a ripe grape? Have you ever attended the sorting of berries? From harvesting grapes to bottling, our Harvest Experience will help you understand all facets of our business.
Carefully imagined by our winemakers from their daily life in the field, the Harvest Experience is the best way to immerse yourself in the world of viticulture and wine production … and a unique opportunity to contribute to the making of our 2018 vintage.
During our Harvest Experience, you will have the opportunity to taste six different wines. You will start the day with a glass of Burgundy Chardonnay before meeting our pickers.
Over the course of the morning, our cellar master will introduce you to the course of grapes, from the vineyard to the bottle. He will share with you the secrets of aging and blending by making you discover wine at different stages of its development.
Our Harvest Experience will end with the tasting of five family wines. You will taste a Burgundy Pinot Noir, a Premier Cru from Côte de Nuits, a Premier Cru from Côte de Beaune, as well as two of our wines from the Clos, Vivant and Clos Marey-Monge, before sharing the lunch of our pickers.