Domaine Cordonnier


Côte d’Or

Philippe Cordonnier has been in contact with the vine since his youth. After a training in Beaune, he learned the trade of winegrower by working in several Burgundy estates. In 2009, he decided to create his own domaine in Corgoloin north of Ladoix-Serrigny between the Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuits area. In 2015, he made his first vintage. Today, the estate extends over 4.50 hectares in 11 different appellations. Philippe manages the estate using

sustainable and integrated vine growing methods, with the goal of using as few chemical products as possible. He is committed to respecting the terroir and the environment.
For once, this winegrower does not come from a winegrower's family! However, Philippe Cordonnier has the experience of an elder and fell into the vineyard in his youth. The wines from Domaine Cordonnier are full of fruits and will please Chardonnay and Pinot Noir lovers.

Bourgogne Blanc “Chardonnay” 2017 75 cl

100% Chardonnay, 12.5% Vol

Fermentation and ageing in oak barrel for 11 month with 20% new oak

The vines are situated on the commune of Comblanchien, grapes are hand harvested. Philippe is in the vineyard constantly to check the evolution of the grapes.

The wine is pale yellow, with intense citrus fruit and toasty aromas. The taste is fruity and light, perfect for aperitif, cold starter, sea food, fish and poultry.  

Côte de Nuits-Villages Blanc “Réserve de la Comtesse” 2017 75 cl

100% Chardonnay, 13% Vol

The vines are around 30 years old, situated in Corgoloin.

Fermentation and ageing in oak barrel with 20% new oak.

This cuvée is complexe, with violet and toasted sesame seed aromas. It is intense, round with minerality, bodied with balanced structure.

It wll accompany your oysters, fish, poultry and cheeses!

Bourgogne rouge “Pinot Noir” 2017 75 cl

100% Pinot Noir, 13% Vol

The vines are situated in Ladoix-Serrigny, and has 15 years old. Fermentation in stainless steel tank, ageing for 11 months in oak barrel with 20% new oak. There is a small filtration on this cuvée.

Brigh purple colour, fruity ith red fruits aromas, the mouth is generous with red fruit coming back, souple tannins with a good lasting.

Your dish with grilled red meat, lamb, and goat cheese will be perfect for this wine.

Côte de Nuits-Villages Rouge “Le Fourneau” 2017 75 cl

100% Pinot Noir, 13% Vol

Situated in Corgoloin, the vines are around 20 years old.

Fermentation in stainless steel tank, ageing for 11 mont in oak barrel with 20% new oak.

Rubis in colour, with black fruit and toasted bread, the mouth is rich, with blackberry notes it will last long.

Have a cote de boeuf with it, or a typical dish like Boeuf Bourguignon and continue with robust cheese. 

Regarding the Cote de Nuits-Villages whether red or white, this is the wine King Henri IV had in mind to go with the Sunday chicken he wished every family in France to enjoy. It is as accessible as it is amiable, honest and straightforward in taste. 

The red, which has the gleaming crimson highlights of the Pinot grape, veers sometimes towards an intense garnet hue or, when young, a bright cherry. Its aromas run a classic spectrum through cherry, gooseberry and blackcurrant to notes of underbrush, mushroom and spices (cinnamon). This is a big-hearted wine, powerful in the mouth, full and meaty, and its tannins (more conspicuously present in the younger wines) are well smoothed-down.

The white is pale gold in colour or sometimes a little darker. The fragrance is of white flowers (acacia, may) mixed with plum. When older, ripe apple, fig, pear or quince appears, as well as some spicy notes. Lively and clean, it has both energy and elegance while nevertheless remaining direct in its expression and unfailingly likeable.