The Bouley family has been making wines in the center of Volnay for 7 generations. 2014 was Pierrick first vintage and his rise to stardom has been nothing short of amazing.
The quality, reputation, and sadly the prices of his wines increased every year and the winery is now one of the most sought-after domaines in the entire Burgundy, with Pierrick was voted "Espoirs de l'annee" (Best hope of the year) in 2018 by the magazine Bourgogne Anjourd'hui, and Neal Martin compares Pierrick's wines to those of Michel Lagarge.
For our palate, Pierrick has a more naturist approach to winemaking than most in Burgundy. Little new oak, gentle extraction, and low levels of sulphites additions. Pierrick's wines offer tremendous value at the Bourgogne level. His Passetoutgrain (70% Gamay 30% Pinot Noir), Aligote, and Pinot Noir Cote d'Or are among the best we have tasted. And the best news is that all grapes are sourced near the Volnay appellation.