All of the VEUVE AMBAL domaines are managed using sustainable
methods. The use of specific cultivation techniques aims to reduce the use of
treatments by optimising their position and efficiency.
environmentally friendly and sustainable approach is an indication of Veuve
Ambal's desire to reduce its impact on nature. These environmental concerns are
at the core of the company's ethos, from the vineyards right up to the
vinification of the wines.
AMBAL counts 250ha of vines making it one of the largest owners of viticultural
surface area in Burgundy.
The domaines are located in 6 different terroirs. This
diversity brings richness and aromatic complexity to the wines produced. The
Crémant de Bourgogne by VEUVE AMBAL draws on the unique characteristics of each
Burgundian terroir, just as an artist uses his palette of colours in order to
magnify the beauty of his painting.
Découvrez nos domaines en Bourgogne
Domaine de l'Auxerrois
Gracieux Chevalier is situated in the south of the Chablis region and cover 56ha of vineyards, 45ha of which are adjoining. It draws its minerality and racy character from the Kimmeridgian and Portlandian soils.
Planted with low-trained vines in limestone soils, the Crémant de Bourgogne Gracieux Chevalier is produced in the ancient Pérignon farm in Cravant. The blend is composed of Pinot Noir (39ha), Chardonnay (12ha) and Aligoté (5ha).
Les Vignes de l'Ange
Domaine du Couchois et des Maranges
Further south, in the Couchois and Maranges regions, the Domaine Vignes de l'Ange produces 52ha of Pinot Noir, 11 ha of Chardonnay, 11ha of Aligoté and 6ha of Gamay from a total of 80ha surface under vine. The low-trained and densely planted vines have a south-facing exposure in which the Pinot Noir variety thrives.
La Grande Côte
Domaine du Chatillonnais
In the far north of the Châtillonnais region, close to the Burgundy border and adjacent to the Champagne region, the Domaine de la Grande Côte covers 41ha of low-trained vines including 26ha of Pinot Noir, 14ha of Chardonnay and 1ha of Aligoté. The Cistercian monks from the Molesme Abbey were the first to appreciate the quality of this terroir, characterised by its mix of hard limestone known as grèzes.
La Vigne au Roy
Domaine des hautes côtes de nuits
Situated in the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits, the La Vigne au Roy vineyards are spread across 36ha of high-trained vines (18ha of Pinot Noir, 13ha of Chardonnay and 5ha of Aligoté) on the Bévy hillsides. The Domaine was established in 1973 and has since been instrumental in the revival of the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne.
Domaine du Mâconnais
The Domaine London covers 13ha of Chardonnay, 1.5ha of Pinot Noir and 2ha of Aligoté planted with low-trained vines in Igé, in the heart of the Mâconnais region. Reputed as far back as the Roman era, the village in which Château London is situated is one of the most renowned in the whole of the Mâconnais region.
Château de Saint-Aubin
Its winemaking area is primarily composed of the Château de Saint Aubin and the appellations Criot Bâtard Montrachet grand cru, Puligny Montrachet, Puligny Montrachet 1er cru La Garenne, Meursault 1er cru la pièce sous le bois, Chassagne Montrachet 1er cru les Chenevottes, Chassagne Montrachet, Saint Aubin 1er Cru la Combes au Sud and Saint Aubin 1er cru.
More than 250 HA of vineyards spread over 6 domaines in Burgundy