Domaine Monthelie Douhairet Porcheret


Mr. and Mrs. Monthelie created the Domaine more than 300 years ago. The vaulted cellars and the squirrel press bear witness to this period. Located in Monthelie, in the heart of the Côte de Beaune, the Domaine covers 13 hectares. It extends over the vineyards of Monthelie, Pommard, Volnay and Meursault, and is managed for a long time by the Monthelie and Douhairet families.
In the early 1970s, the two sisters Armande and Charlotte Douhairet inherited the estate and decided to separate. Armande fought to keep her share and Charlotte sold hers.
In 1989, Armande joined forces with André Porcheret, her adopted son. André will develop the estate in parallel with his role as steward at the Hospices de Beaune.
In 2004, Burgundy lost "a great lady of wine": Armande Douhairet, whom everyone called the "Miss", passed away.
That year, André Porcheret was joined by his granddaughter, to whom he passed on his know-how and values.
Today, Cataldina and Vincent, creators of good humour, passionately manage the 6.5 hectares of the estate. Their philosophy: to perpetuate the family tradition, to seek ever higher quality with the help of new and modern techniques, while respecting the environment. Beyond the search for excellence in the glass, Cataldina and Vincent are also lovers of life: for them, wine is a magic potion that makes you happy when you share it... That's why you will always be welcome at the Domaine!

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