The Domaine Huber-Verdereau has been founded by Thiebault HUBER in 1994, but originates from the 19th century, when family Verdereau began to grow wine on the estate in Volnay. Thiebault’s grandfather, Raoul VERDEREAU, strongly developed the estate from 1928 to 1976, before sharing his properties between his two daughters. Thiebault’s parents, Monsieur et Madame Huber, inherited about three hectares, which they rented out until 1994, being neither winegrowers nor living in Burgundy ! Their son, Thiebault Huber, the present manager, studied all about the hotel business and the art of being a sommelier at the famous Hotel Catering School in STRASBOURG. In 1990, he chose to take over the family estate, training three years long at the Wine School of BEAUNE, and with his cousin, winegrower Jean-Marc BOULEY. Then he was ready to create the Domaine HUBER-VERDEREAU, and harvested the first time in 1994.

Cremant de Bourgogne Blanc de Noir NV

Bourgogne Aligote 2010

Bottled soon after it is made, the Aligote is matured for 6 to 8 months in stainless steel vats.
It is a light very fruity wine for drinking as an aperitif and should be enjoyed young (keeps for up to 2 years).).

Bourgogne Chardonnay 2011

Grown in the parish of Meursault, half of this wine is matured in oak barrels and the other half in stainless steel vats. It is bottled after 8 to 10 months. this wine marries the rounded fruitiness of Chardonnay with just a hint of wood. It will keep for 3 to 5 years.

Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2011

This regional appellation is matured in oak barrels for eight to ten months before bottling. These wines combine lightness and fruitiness with the concentration and body of Pinot Noir. They should be enjoyed within four years of bottling.

Pommard 2010

A blend of wines from three plots, one of which was planted in 1930, the Pommards are very representative of the appellation, being very powerful, tannic wines. They need to be left to age for a few years before drinking and can be kept for at least ten years.

Volnay 2010

The "Volnay" is a blend of wines from four different plots, from vines both young and old. These are very fine, expressive wines, very pleasant when young, as they release exceptionally intense aromas. With their softer tannins, the Volnays will keep for four to five years.

Volnay Les Robardelles 2010

The Volnay Roberdelles is made exclusively from the grapes of one plot in the Roberdelles locality, replanted in 1943. The plot is big enough to merit its grapes being vinified and matured separately. These vines produce highly concentrated wines with a fine tannic structure, while retaining the aromatic femininity of the Volnay appellation. Their inherent characteristics mean that they will keep for five to six years.

Pommard En Vaumuriens Hauts 2010

Pommard 1er Cru Les Bertins 2010

Pommards have a reputation of being highly tannic, full-bodied wines. This Premier Cru is doubtless one of the most elegant in the appellation. Though still tannic and full-bodied, the Bertins are very aromatic and flavoursome, even when young. These Pommards Premiers Crus have exceptional potential for laying down, often for more than 16 years.

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