Château Beauregard

Château Beauregard has been in the Burrier family for six generations with Frédéric Marc in charge since 1999, bringing impressive technical qualifications but also 13 years’ invaluable experience at Beaune négociant Louis Jadot, working alongside Jacques Lardiére. He is also leading the campaign for the elevation for certain Pouilly vineyards.

They have been vinifying single-vineyard sites here since 1995 such is the diversity amongst the domaine’s individual terroir holdings.

Recent vintages winningly transcribe the domaine’s vision of rich but characterful Pouilly, refined by long barrel élevage. A property with clearly-focused, quality ambitions and the means to achieve them.

Grand Beauregard is a blend of the best individual climats (Vers Cras, La Maréchaude, Aux Charmes, Les Insarts, Vignes Blanches, Vers Pouilly, Les Chardonnets, Les Châtaigniers). It is a hugely complex, age-worthy and gastronomic wine – it os on the list of 14 of France’s 3-starred Michelin restaurants.

There are also two excellent wines from the Beaujolais available.

General information

  • Country

    France

  • Region

    Fuissé, Mâconnais, Burgundy

  • Total holdings

    43ha

  • Winemaker

    Frédéric Marc Burrier

  • Established

    1854

  • Cultivation

    Traditional farming

  • Website

    www.joseph-burrier.com

Wines produced

Wine Grapetype(s) Vine age Soil type Vineyard area
Mâcon-Solutré-Pouilly Chardonnay Mixture Clayey & calcareous slopes -
Pouilly-Fuissé Cuvée Classique Chardonnay On average 30 years old Clay & chalk 19ha, 40 plots
Pouilly-Fuissé Grand Beauregard Chardonnay On average 40 years old Mixture of clay & limestone n/a
Chiroubles Saint Roch Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc On average 45 years old Granite -
Juliénas Beauvernay Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc On average 50 years old Granite, clay & limestone -

Viticulture / Vinification

White Wines

  • Low yields
  • Regular ploughing to encourage deep rooting of the vines
  • Élevage in stainless steel & barrique (depending on the cuvée)

Red Wines

  • Partial destemming
  • 7-10 day maceration with pigeage & remontage
  • Élevage in barrique for 7-11 months