Maison Champy

Dimitri Bazas

“In many ways, Maison Champy’s wines say everything about what makes the 2019 vintage in Burgundy so exciting. They own land in the Grand Cru sites Corton-Charlemagne (whites) and Le Corton (reds), and their 2019s from those sites are their highest-rated wines in this report. However, Maison Champy also made excellent 2019 village wines, like the Pernand-Vergelesses (white), and Pommard and Volnay (reds) that are more moderately priced. These, along with similar 2019 Burgundies from other leading producers, offer an excellent buying opportunity” – James Suckling – August 2021


Maison Champy was established in 1720 making it the oldest wine company in Burgundy, celebrating 300 years in 2020. Currently the Maison Champy owns 21 hectares in the Cote de Beaune of which 50% is already certified Organic with another 7 hectares achieving certification in 2023.

They also work with growers across the Cote d’Or and Chablis to be able to produce 1er Cru and Grand Cru wines from across the region.