Bouchard Pere & Fils

Bouchard Pere & Fils Winery
Bouchard Père & Fils, which was founded in 1731, began to sell wine during the first half of the 18th century. In 1775 the House acquired its first vineyards in Volnay, where the company was based at the time. In 1791 the French revolutionary government sold off property, which had belonged to the monastic orders, but were confiscated during the Revolution. It was at this time that Bouchard Père & Fils was able to purchase additional vineyards in Beaune, such as the prestigious Vigne de l'enfant Jesus. In 1820 Bouchard Père & Fils moved to the former Château Royal de Beaune, whose bastions and ramparts, with walls measuring 23 feet in thickness, offered the best possible wine-aging conditions for their great wines. In 1995 the Bouchard family passed the helm to the Henriot family, whose aim is to further develop this exceptional Domaine. In 1996, Bouchard took over the Domaine Ropiteau-Mignon, which added a number of prestigious vineyards in Mersault. And in 1998, Bouchard Père & Fils acquired the Domaine William Fèvre in Chablis, thus adding some significant premiers crus and grand crus Chablis to the Bouchard estate.
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