Father and son, Philippe and Guillaume Trébignaud are at the helm of this fantastic family run, organic-minded domaine based in the south Mâconnais, in the villages of Bussières. The majority of the vines are still the original plantings from the mid 1920’s, while almost all of the cuvées are comprised of vines averaging 45 to 60 years old of age. The cuvée Seigneuret, a homage to Claude who started the domaine, is made from 60 y.o vines, aged in 10% new oak and shows a remarkable complexity. Cuvée du Pavillon is a blend of 2 vineyards in Bussières (15 and 70 y.o vines), vinified in stainless steel only and shows minerality and freshness. There is also a Mâcon-Bussières rouge which is made from 100% own rooted Gamay, planted in 1926. These are deliciously structured wines which out perform their appelation status, offering incredible value for money and immediate drinking pleasure. White Burgundy enthusiasts should not miss out on these superb wines.