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Meo Camuzet

Refined wines of excellence in the heart of the Côte de Nuits
Region Borgogna (Francia)
Foundation Year 1959
Address 11 Rue des Grands Crus - 21700 - Vosne-Romanée (Francia)

Domaine Méo Camuzet is the fruit of four centuries of experience in the cultivation of Burgundy vineyards. At the beginning of the 17th century, the Méo family was already present in the village of Selongey, in the northern part of the Côte d'Or. A few family vicissitudes later led to the Domaine's relocation to the Vosne-Romanée area, where it began to acquire prestigious vineyards in the most vocated areas of the territory. Today, the Domaine is one of the most important in the region and manages a vineyard park with numerous parcels in Grand Cru and Premier Cru of the Appellations of: Clos de Vougeut, Corton, Chambolle- Musigny, Fixin, Échezeaux, Gevray-Chambertin. Marey Saint-Dénis, Nuits Saint-Georges, Richebourg and Vosne-Romanée.

The name of Méo Camuzet has always been associated with elegant, high-quality wines from exceptional terroirs. The centre of all activity is in the vineyards, a true priceless heritage. In the countryside, simple rules are followed, with the ultimate aim of favouring the natural vegetative and productive balance of the plants. High planting density, short pruning, few buds and low yields lead the vines to produce fewer grapes of excellent quality. The use of organic farming principles makes it possible to work in harmony with the environment, without using herbicides, fertilisers and chemical treatments. In some plots, the use of horses has been reintroduced so as not to compact the soil, thus favouring the natural fertility of the land.

Harvests are carried out manually, with selection of the best bunches in the vineyard. The harvest time is decided according to when the grapes are fully ripe, so as to have a good aromatic concentration, but without ever risking over-ripening, which tends to flatten the wines and compromise their freshness and fragrance. The grapes are subjected to a second manual control in the cellar to ensure maximum quality at all times. Vinification is carried out in a simple and traditional manner, with few oenological interventions, very delicate extractions and respect for the raw material. According to tradition, the wines are matured in partly new and partly used French oak barrels.

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