About Boisson Frère et Soeur
It was an enormous pleasure to officially welcome Domaine Boisson Frère et Soeur to the portfolio at the start of 2020. We’d been captivated by these wines for years, enthralled by the enigma of this reclusive virtuoso of Meursault. Bernard Boisson and son-and-daughter duo Pierre and Anne grow and raise the wines. The first domaine bottlings emerged in 2000 after a long grape-growing history in the village, with the fruits of their labour previously going to négociants. These days their Bourgogne Blanc vies for the title of Burgundy’s best, while the likes of Grand Charrons and Chevalières are stop-you-in-your-tracks good. Red wines are around 25% of production, and la famille Boisson avoids the common Côtes de Beaune sin of treating them as an awkward inconvenience; in fact, they’re the pure, fragrant, eminently drinkable wines the family aims for.