Côte-d’Or After the acquisition of father and son Bouchard, Frédéric Engerer, François Pinault’s “Monsieur vin”, unveils its roadmap

At the foot of the Morey-Saint-Denis hill, Clos de Tart, a 7.53-hectare Grand Cru monopoly, often compared to the nearby Clos des Lambrays, owned by Bernard Arnault, was bought in 2017 by François Pinaul t. It is in these vineyards and in these newly renovated rooms behind thick Burgundy stones that Frédéric Engerer welcomed The public good to recall the recent operation that saw the Artémis domains take control of the father and son Beaune Bouchard house, rich in 130 hectares of vineyards in Côte-d’Or.

What has happened to Clos de Tart since its acquisition five years ago?

“When I arrived in these vineyards, I asked myself a simple question: what is Clos de Tart? With Alessandro Noli, the manager of the company (who replaced Jacques Devauges, now at the Clos des Lambrays, in March 2019, ed), we told ourselves that we had to cut it, and that we behave as archaeologists of the vine. Depending on the terrain, the age of the vines and …

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