Philippe Cordonnier has worked with vines and wine since his youth. After training in Beaune, he diligently learned the trade of a winegrower through time spent working at several Burgundy estates. In 2009, he decided to create his own domaine in Corgoloin north of Ladoix-Serrigny at the extreme south of the Côtes de Nuits area. In 2015, he produced his first wines. Today, the estate extends over 4.50 hectares covering 11 different appellations – a typically diverse mosaic of Burgundian terroirs. Philippe manages the estate
following sustainable and integrated vine growing principles, with the goal of resorting to as few chemical products as possible. He is committed to the absolute respect of the terroir and its environment.
Rather unusually, this winegrower does not hail from an established winegrower's family! However, Philippe Cordonnier has the experience of an elder having succumbed to his passion for vines and vineyards from a tender age. Thus, the wines produced at Domaine Cordonnier are full of ripe fruit flavours allied to the authentic Burgundian styling. They will provide immense pleasure to lovers of classic quality Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines.
13 % Vol
Fermentation and ageing in oak barrel with 20% new oak
100% Pinot Noir 13 % Vol
Fermentation in stainless steel tank, ageing in oak barrel with 20% new oak.