Domaine Camille Thiriet
Comblanchien - Burgundy
A new domaine with a micro sought-after production, created in 2016 by Camille Thiriet in front of the castle of Comblanchien in the middle of Côte d’Or. It all started with 2000 bottles produced in a tiny garage and an ambitious project with the Canadian winemaker and partner Matt Chittick, and since 2022, Camille has acquired 6 hectares of vine, still in Corgoloin area. This vineyard used to be owned by Gilles Jourdan, who let her the rope when he retired.
Trained by well-known winemakers in Burgundy, Camille is now producing only a few barrels each year in various villages in both red and white. With a very artisanal and hand-made vision, and yet with a modern spirit of this new generation of winemakers in Burgundy.
Still under the radar, we have no doubt of the potential and brilliant future of the domaine for the next vintages to come.
Maison Thiriet in the bottle
Aligoté du Jardin Blanc
Not your everyday Aligoté! Coming from 2 plots in Pommard and one in Comblanchien, this has a fully ripe character, with a strong identity.
Bourgogne Cuvée Confidentielle Blanc
The name of the wine says it all - only 5 barrels produced each vintage, coming from very old vines of 80 years old with a deep expression of the freshness of the fruit.
Côte de Nuits Les Vignottes
Facing the Clos de la Maréchale, Les Vignottes parcel is composed of 60 years old vines, with an argilo calcaire soil.
Côte de Nuits Les Retraits
Located nearby Les Vignottes, Les Retraits vines are also 60 years, however with more limestone in the soil, that enhance the terroir character.
Côte de Nuits Clos Magny
A 0.8 hectare parcel that used to be owned and farmed by Gilles Jourdan. The plot is on top of the Clos Magny climate located at 325m above the sea level.
Volnay Les Grands Champs
Located right under the Premier Cru parcel Les Mitans, Les Grands Champs have been planted for about 50 years. This is the first cuvée of the estate to be vinified only with whole bunches, to enhance the purity of the fruits and the complexity of the wine.