Ghislaine Barthod

The combination of Ghislaine Barthod’s warm personality and her gorgeous fruit-filled wines makes this estate a favourite of ours and many others in the wine trade.

Ghislaine is a Chambolle-Musigny specialist having 6.5 ha of vines, all within the village limits, except a small part of which is just across the route nationale and classified as ‘Bourgogne’, but this too makes a delicious Pinot Noir. The vineyard holdings come from Ghislaine’s grandparents, the Noëllats, her father Gaston, an upstanding army officer and veteran of North African and Indochine campaigns, having married their daughter. Gaston died in 1999 but not before he presided over a very special dinner on his 75th birthday at Le Gavroche in London to honour his achievements. Much of the estate’s reputation however has been built by Ghislaine for her elegant and pure expressions of Chambolle-Musigny – each reflecting its terroir and she has nine of which are 1er crus – and never masked by new oak whose proportion is always kept to 30% and under. We don’t expect any change in style under Clément Boillot, who has recently taken over the winemaking, but under the watchful eyes of his parents. Quantities available are small and, if unavailable, we point people to the wines of Ghislaine’s husband, Louis Boillot, whose vines are tended by the same team and made in the same cellars.


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