Highlight the terroir through grape varieties.

This is the objective of Maison Stéphane Brochard.

Stephane Brocard

Son of a Chablisian winegrower, Stéphane Brocard moved to Marsannay in 2007 by founding his Trading House. In addition to the vines he owns in Pommard and in the old wine-growing village of Daix, he works with the same winegrowers and the same plots from year to year to offer wines that correspond to his philosophy: wines based on purity, fruit and freshness. Authentic wines, with the greatest respect for the terroirs and the environment.

Between the Closerie des Alisiers, and the wines of our partner estates, Maison Stéphane Brocard covers all the appellations of Burgundy: regional appellations, Villages, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus, from Chablisien to Mâconnais via all the main appellations. from Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, all the diversity of Burgundy is represented, with an increasingly large range of certified organic wines.

Closerie des Alisiers

In Burgundy, the concept of clos is very old, the first clos appearing in the 7th century. Initially of religious influence, these stone walls multiplied in the 19th century: they made it possible to retain the soil but also gave a real personality to each Burgundy estate. A Closerie is a small clos, a small property surrounded by walls or hedges.

The Closerie des Alisiers wines represent a range of Burgundy wines, produced almost exclusively from Pinot Noir grape for red wines and Chardonnay grape for white wines (a few aligotés also complete the range). These wines present the complexity and authenticity of Burgundy wines.
The blends are chosen by our team who also coordinates all the bottling. This allows us to be autonomous and agile to meet the needs of our customers: formats, bottles, labels, etc.

Closerie des Alisiers wines are very regularly selected at international competitions (Burgondia, Feminalise,, Decanter, etc.), by critics (Bettane & Desseauve, Whine Enthusiast, Jancis Robinson, etc.) and in the press (Guide Hachette, Revue des Wines of France, Burgundy Today, Gilbert & Gaillard, etc.)