Third generation Daniel and fourth generation Julien are now in charge of this very important domaine in the Pouilly Fuissé appellation. The estate comprises of 11 Ha of prime Chardonnay vineyards in the appellations of Pouilly Fuissé, St Véran and Mâcon Villages, they are all organically farmed and hand worked – pruned, picked and tended.
Encircled by the emblematic rock of Solutré and Vergisson, Domaine Barraud is situated in a village classified as Grand Site de France – Great Sights of France . Nestled in an ancient lagoon backed by the Morvan, the site’s rocks are constituted by ancient Coralien reefs.
Three great soil types can be distinguished: chalk slopes, limestone and variegated clay. Each soil type requires particular attention and specific cultivation. Domaine Barraud maintains its terroir so that it can best express its richness and diversity.