Bouchard Père & Fils

15X
Winery of the Year
99
Highest Score
285+
Years of History
30 acres
Grand Crus
182 acres
Premier Crus
Bouchard Père & Fils vineyard
Origin
France
Appellation
Burgundy
Size/Domaine
321 acres
Founded
1731
Cellar Master
Fréderic Webber
Main Grape Varietals
Chardonnay
Pinot Noir
Farming
Sustainable

An Icon of Burgundy Since 1731

Founded in 1731, Bouchard Père & Fils is one of Burgundy’s oldest wine merchant and one of the largest landowner in the Côte d’Or. Over the centuries, the House has been devoted to acquiring highly renowned parcels.  Uncompromising quality standards with long term grower partnerships and ageing in a state-of-the-art winery result in wines of outstanding consistency and the truest and finest expression of each terroir. Bouchard Père & Fils joined the Henriot Family portfolio in 1995. 

  • Owner of 130 ha (320 acres) of vines in the heart of the Côte d’Or: 12 classified as Grand Crus and 74 as Premier Crus
  • Core expertise is in crafting prestige wines including 30 acres of Grands Crus, 2 Monopoles and 4 exclusivities
  • Organic and sustainable practices since 2000

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Fréderic Weber

Cellar Master

Frédéric Weber

Frédéric Weber has been working for Bouchard Père & Fils for over a decade. He also serves as the Technical Manager for Maisons & Domaines Henriot’s Cru Beaujolais property in Fleurie, Château de Poncié, absorbing the culture and terroir of Burgundy.

“Year after year, we are committed to achieving the truest and finest expression of each terroir, with respect to traditions, and the specificities of each vintage. I work with the same team and use the same equipment at the winery, whether crafting a Rully, Côte de Beaune-Villages or a Clos Vougeot or Montrachet.”

- Frédéric Weber, Bouchard Père & Fils Cellar Master

Born in Alsace, Frédéric Weber comes from a family with winemaking roots. After completing an internship in Champagne, he realized his passion for wine and turned his studies towards agronomy and oenology. Frédéric holds an engineering degree as well as a Master Degree in Agronomic Engineering and Oenology from Institute Jules Guyot in Dijon. After working in Champagne and the Rhône Valley for Domaine de Beaurenard, he arrived at Bouchard Père & Fils in 2002 and has remained there since. He was promoted to Cellar Master in 2013. He holds the terroir of each parcel in the highest regard and strives for the absolute respect each one demands – no compromises.

Frédéric resides in Ladoix Serrigny at the foot of the hill of Corton with his wife and two young daughters. He holds the 19th century Bouchard Père & Fils Grèves L'Enfant Jésus 1891 as the ultimate benchmark of Pinot Noir.

Philippe ProstPhilippe Prost  

Born in Burgundy, France in 1956, the amiable Philippe Prost joined Bouchard Père & Fils in 1978 following an extensive education in Chemistry. He began his career at the winery with a focus in laboratory analysis and in 1989 was given the responsibility of purchasing and receiving of the grapes and wines for Bouchard Père & Fils.

In 1992 Mr. Prost assumed control of all winemaking responsibilities and has held the title of technical director ever since. In that time, he has mentored many young winemakers one of whom warrants special note; Mr. Didier Seguier of celebrated Chablis producer, William Fèvre.

Mr. Prost is passionate about painting, drawing, photography and of course winemaking and is considered one of Burgundy's most artistic and talented winemakers.


Sustainable Practices:

Practicing sustainable growing in its vineyards for almost 15 years, Bouchard Père & Fils obtained in 2015 the “High Environmental Value” classification, the highest level within the environmental certification system for European wine domains.

Every Bouchard Père & Fils vineyard is managed using sustainable viticulture to bring out the authenticity and full potential of the vines. Bouchard Père & Fils’ constant attention to details also continues at harvest time when the grapes are harvested by hand, placed in small crates, and then carefully selected on sorting tables.