Our vineyard, the only professional wine-growing operation still in activity in the village of Montaigu, in the French Jura, owes its origin to the Carthusian monks who were, in the 13th century, the first to cultivate vines on the slopes of the foothills of the Jura Mountains, known locally as the Revermont, overlooking Lons-le-Saunier.
The Pignier family acquired the estate sold as “national property” in 1794.
As the children of Paulette and François Pignier, we are the 7th generation to run the vineyard and have been managing operations collectively since 1991.
It is together that we decided, from the outset, and somewhat against all odds, to launch into the challenge of biodynamics, a practice that we have been pleased to promote for more than 20 years by exclusively producing wines that bear the unique taste of our own vines.

Marie Florence, Antoine et Jean Etienne Pignier
Wine aging cellar under veil


Tasting Cellar Opening Times

To comply with advice from the health authorities, we can only welcome you by appointment..

Please contact us before your visit on +33 3 84 24 24 30.

The estate is open from Monday to Friday between 2pm and 6pm, and on Saturdays between 10am and midday, and then from 2pm to 6pm.

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White Gamay 2018: the first cuvée matured in a diamond-shaped vat

The cuvée White Gamay 2018 is now available, our first wine to have matured in a diamond-shaped vat.

White Gamay is a local variety of Chardonnay, planted using hand-picked cuttings from heritage vines. This wine matured in a type of horizontal egg vat is full of elegance and minerality, resulting from its
micaceous Lias marl terroir.

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New: Cellar Secrets

Our new terracotta jars surely have plenty of surprises in store for us. We’ve often mentioned our inspirations and temptations, and now the Cellar Secrets cuvées are a perfect illustration of these.

Uncorking one of these rare bottles, you’ll discover all the magic of a magnificent 2016 Chardonnay produced in our “En Boivin” plot, then aged in jars under a veil of yeast for 36 months.

Prepare to savour a delicate, powerful and distinguished wine!

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