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Discover the Legacy of Bruno Colin

Embark on a journey through the captivating history and significance of Bruno Colin, an esteemed winemaker from the renowned Côte de Beaune region. From the moment he joined forces with his family at Domaine Michel COLIN-DELEGER, Bruno's passion for winemaking began to flourish.

A New Era: Domaine Bruno COLIN

In 2003, a pivotal decision was made to divide the family Domaine into three separate entities, each carrying its own distinct vision. This marked the birth of Domaine Bruno COLIN, where Bruno could fully express his winemaking philosophy and create exceptional wines.

Exceptional Terroirs, Uncompromising Quality

Cultivating the family's vines in the most prestigious appellations of the Côte de Beaune, Domaine Bruno COLIN takes immense pride in its 8.55 hectares of vineyards across Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet, Saint-Aubin, Santenay, and Dezize-les-Maranges. Here, the quest is to produce wines that capture the pure and unadulterated essence of the terroirs.

A Tapestry of Unique Terroirs

Bruno Colin's pursuit of excellence encompasses 20 appellations, including eight Premiers Crus Whites in Chassagne-Montrachet. Each terroir, though geographically close, possesses its own distinct personality. Bruno cherishes this diversity, allowing the wines to reveal the intricate tapestry of their origins.

An Embrace of Nature and Tradition

With a profound respect for the vine and the land, Bruno prioritizes mechanical tillage techniques such as ploughing and earthing up. This approach fosters well-aerated soil, enabling the vines to draw their vitality and unique characteristics from the earth. The Domaine's commitment to organic farming methods ensures vineyard protection and controlled yields. The four seasons and climatic conditions play a vital role in defining the wines' character.

Hand-Harvested and Crafted with Precision

A dedicated team of forty individuals, intimately acquainted with the Domaine, conducts the meticulous harvest by hand. State-of-the-art vinification tools, including pneumatic presses and temperature-controlled stainless steel vats, are employed to guarantee optimal conditions for the winemaking process.

The Art of Vinification

White Wines

Following pneumatic pressing and settling, the white wines undergo fermentation on fine lees in oak barrels, with 20 to 25% new oak. Aging for 12 months in oak barrels precedes racking and mass blending in stainless steel vats for 3 to 6 months. Fining and filtering, if necessary, culminate in the final step of bottling at the Domaine.

Red Wines

After meticulous sorting in the vineyard, the red grapes are carefully processed on a vibrating sorting table upon arrival at the vat house. The harvest undergoes complete destemming before being vatted. Cold maceration precedes the traditional method of alcoholic fermentation, characterized by gentle pumping over and precise temperature control. Aging in oak barrels, with approximately 25% new oak, continues for about 12 months. Racking and mass blending in stainless steel vats for 3 to 6 months culminate in the bottling process at the Domaine.

The Seal of Excellence: Bottle Waxing

In his unwavering pursuit of taste perfection, Bruno Colin introduced bottle waxing for the majority of his wines since the 2013 vintage. This meticulous technique ensures the preservation and enhancement of the wines' distinctive flavours and qualities, adding an extra touch of elegance to the presentation.

Experience the Wonders of Bruno Colin Wines

Indulge in the remarkable creations of Bruno Colin, where history, tradition, and passion intertwine to produce wines that encapsulate the essence of the Côte de Beaune. Explore our selection at The Reserve Cellar and savour the unrivalled experience of Bruno Colin's winemaking artistry.

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