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Château de Marsannay bears the name of the village that hosts it. The estate owns 28 hectares on the best “climats” of the Marsannay appellation, which has done a classification request for 13 of those plots of land. Château de Marsannay presents wealthy terroirs with plots in Chambertin, Ruchottes-Chambertin, Clos de Vougeot, Echezeaux, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Bel-Air, Champeaux and Vosne-Romanée En Orveaux… It also operates all the vines owned by the Hospices de Dijon in Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Olivier Halley, Château de Marsannay’s owner and passionate about Burgundy wines, is one of the Great Patrons and Founders of Climats de Bourgogne Association classified by UNESCO as part of the World Heritage on the 4th of July, 2015. Discover our map
Château de Marsannay is located at the heart of the vineyards and at the gates of Dijon city. In front of the Château, Clos de Jeu vines offer a magnificent view. The visit of the Château is a real pleasure for all the 5 senses: we discover the Burgundy wine history and the double arched wine cellars built in a Cistercian style, and we taste wines enjoying the view. The Château is open every day from May to September from 10am to 6pm. The rest of the year the Château is open on specific dates. Guided tours at regular hours are proposed for individuals and for groups. Learn more
In the range of the Domaine wines, red wines are put forward. Famous names of Côte de Nuits, such as Clos de Vougeot, Chambertin, Vosne-Romanée, stand alongside promising “climats” of Marsannay Les Longeroies, Favières, Clos du Roy… To produce great quality wines, work begins in the vines carefully cultivated by the tenant winegrowers of the domain. In order to respect the terroir, wines are vinified and raised plot by plot and grapes are harvested at perfect maturity. A year and a half after the harvest, the wine is bottled for ageing during long months before being on the table in its superb bottle. Learn more