Anne & Pierre Boisson is a group of Burgundy domaines particularly known for their Chardonnay wines. These are collaboratively produced in the cellar of the Boisson family, who have been leading winemakers in Meursault for over two centuries.
The 10-hectare (25-acre) estate is run by Bernard Boisson-Vadot and his son and daughter, Pierre and Anne. Some of the wines are bottled under the Boisson-Vadot label, while certain parcels of the estate are allocated to Pierre and Anne and the wines carry their names.
Boisson-Vadot does not use fertilisers or pesticides – instead ploughing controls the weeds and aerates the soil. All three labels use the same winemaking methods that are geared towards expressing terroir and the quality of the old-vine vineyard parcels. The top Chardonnay wines see no more than 30 percent new oak.