At the crossroads of Burgundy and Beaujolais, in Crêches sur Saône, lies the rolling estate of Collin Bourisset.
As one of the oldest and most reputable houses in Beaujolais, Collin Bourisset is known for producing some of the rarest wines from the best vineyards in the area.
Their goal has always been to extract the finest Beaujolais and Mâconnais wines from the region to bring out the true excellence of French wine. Each of their wines are selected with extreme care, to protect the identity of the soil and the authenticity of every Bourisset vintage.
The story of Collin Bourisset began in 1821, where its unique location allowed the estate to source grapes from the best vineyards in the surrounding area. Soon, the name Collin Bourisset became synonymous with the production of some of the rarest wines in France.
Throughout the years, the Bourisset estate has maintained this reputation. Particularly when, in 1922, it became the exclusive distributors of the acclaimed “King of Cru Beaujolais”—Hospices de Romanèche Moulin a Vent.
Today, Collin Bourisset’s Vin de Pays d’Oc single grape wines are renowned for being some of the best of their kind. The skill and experience of the winery is known to capture the essence of each vineyard’s terroir, allowing the quality of the grape to shine through to create truly exceptional wines.