Domaine Harmand-Geoffroy is a family business that began at the end of the 19th century, which today covers an area of approximately 9 hectares. The average age of the vines is 50 years in most of the plots. The oldest vines are over 90 years old.
No use of chemical fertilizers, Domaine practices reasoned control (no insecticides or acaricides) at the phytosanitary level in order to let the plant play its role of self-defense.
The wine is matured in oak barrels, between 20% and 40% new wood for the villages and premier crus, 90% for the Grand Cru, while favoring the fruit and not the oak.
Domaine produces only wines from Gevrey-Chambertin in a very traditional manner. The lineup includes Grand Cru Mazis Chambertin, 4 Premier Crus – Lavaux St. Jacques, Les Champeaux, La Perriere and La Bossiere. Also, Clos Prieur from Mazis area is classified as village however part of it is from Premier Cru.
Wines are very elegant and fruity – pure enjoyment when young and matured.