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DOMAINES ALBERT BICHOT

DOMAINES ALBERT BICHOT, founded in 1831 in Beaune, is a family independent wine artisan run by the 6th generation and whose creations enlighten the best tables in over 100 countries. Within the last 10 years, it was awarded twice the Best International Red and White Winemaker trophy by the International Wine Challenge.


DOMAINES ALBERT BICHOT is present all along Burgundy with more than 100 hectares (246 acres) shared by 5 prestigious estates:

- Domaine Long-Depaquit in Chablis

- Château-Gris in Nuits-Saint-Georges

- Domaine du Clos Frantin in Nuits-Saint-Georges

- Domaine du Pavillon in Pommard

- Domaine Adélie in Mercurey.


Each domaine is in the hands of a dedicated viticulture and vinification team who tailors wines with a perfect sense of terroir. As an ambassador of the Burgundian diversity, the ambition of DOMAINES ALBERT BICHOT goes beyond and the team of each domaine also breeds and vinifies the grapes of carefully selected neighboring parcels in the quest of the best terroirs expressions.

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Related activities :

Agribusiness: Wine, spirits, other drinks

Export area :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Caribbean

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Local presence :

European Union

Near and Middle East

North America

North Asia

South-east Asia

Target countries :

European Union

North Asia

South-east Asia

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