Walkthrough Tasting 09.05.23

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September 5th: Domaine Michel Mallard et Fils

At Vinonueva | 5582 NE 4th Ct, Miami, FL, 33137 | 6:30 pm-8:00 pm


Over the past two years at Vinonueva, true Burgundy enthusiasts have been discovering the remarkable wines by Michel Mallard from Ladoix. These wines might not carry the globally renowned labels of Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin, or Chambolle-Musigny, but their allure is undeniable. A sip of his wines is often followed by an irresistible desire for more – it's just that captivating.

We came across this producer on a trip to Burgundy in 2019. We couldn't believe the caliber of the wines and the standards were sky-high. We visited prestigious names like Romanée-Conti and Meo Camuzet, yet Michel Mallard's wines left a lasting impression.

Please join us for an exclusive walkthrough tasting featuring wines of Domaine Michel Mallard et Fils.


Michel Mallard is an ambassador of the underappreciated Ladoix appellation. Nestled at the northern tip of the Côte de Beaune, Ladoix is a town that sits in the shadow of the hill of Corton, home to the famous Grand Cru vineyards of Corton and Corton-Charlemagne. Although wines from this region, especially the reds, have often been perceived as more rustic and less polished, Michel's wines stand apart. They are characterized by their elegance, depth, and finesse.

Patrick Mallard (Michel's father) & Bernardo at the Domaine | 2019

This winemaker comes from a lineage that spans five generations. He manages his family's Domaine and is also the driving force behind Domaine d'Eugénie, located in Vosne-Romanée, Côte de Nuits, a venture that emerged from the acquisition of the famed Domaine René Engel by Château Latour owner François Pinault in 2006. Like many Burgundy producers, Mallard believes in minimal intervention, letting the grapes and the terroir speak for themselves. This philosophy is evident in the purity and authenticity of his wines.

Michel Mallard

From village wines to Grand Crus, Michel makes wines that excel in their respective categories while maintaining a sense of affordability – a rarity in today's Burgundy landscape.

Wine tasting at the Domaine | 2019

Check out the lineup for this tasting: