The Ragot have been making wine since 1760 when they started out in Mercury. Generations later the family continues today in the village of Givry where they own 9 hectares of vineyard, a third of which are Premier Cru sites. Owned and run by Jean-Paul Ragot with his son Nicholas Ragot working as the winemaker Domaine Ragot produce nine wines altogether including a Crement, two whites and three Premier Cru Pinot Noirs.
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From a 1.5 hectare plot in the Champ Pourot vineyards, aged for 10 months in oak, 25% new from 50 years old vines.
A Premier Cru Givry from Domaine Ragot, 100% Pinot Noir from just over 2 hectares of east facing vineyards consisting of vines of different ages. The wine is aged in oak, 30% of which is new oak for 12 to 15 months.
Teppe De Cheneve from Domaine Ragot is a relatively new wine for the Ragot family, made from a recently planted 3/4 of a hectare vineyard planted on clay and limestone with the wine aged in 40% new oak.