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Domaine Lippe-Boileau

Brochon - Côte d'Or

Respectively daughter of a winemaker and son of a barrel maker, Caroline Lippe and Julien Boileau have a strong Burgundian heritage. The domaine is indeed owned by the Lippe family since 1820, and the young couple have taken over the reins in 2018 as the 8th generation, after graduating in Beaune in 2017.

Located in the small town of Brochon, nested right in the middle of Gevrey Chambertin and Fixin, the 3 hectares of vines are mainly 70 years old plants, exclusively Pinot Noir, separated in 20 different parcels. 

With full respect of the vineyard traditions, the couple has a young and modern vision on the technic, and the result is definitely distinguishable. 

Still under the radar, however definitely a domaine to watch out for the future vintages.

Domaine Lippe-Boileau in the bottle

Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes
A complex Burgundy, coming from the Carré Rougeaud parcel of 80 years old vines – the oldest of the estate, with an elevage using 30% of new oak.

Gevrey Chambertin Les Evocelles

The crown jewel parcel of the estate, producing its signature wine thanks to its ideal exposure and deep rocky soils with fossils.

Bourgogne Côte d’Or
Coming from the Moutier climate, located just under le Carré Rougeaud and Les Gueulepines in Brochon village.

Côte de Nuits Villages
Planted on the Créole parcel, very fine Pinot Noir with suble tannins and complex finish.


From Les Vignes Aux Grands climate, with a pungent aromas profile that is still developing.

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