Maison Olivier Leflaive

Major figure of the Bourgogne viticultural landscape, Olivier Leflaive, cousin of the late Anne Claude Leflaive, was not originally destined to this profession. Musician and concert producer in Paris, he goes back to Bourgogne after his father's death in 1982.

He creates his own winery in 1984 and puts into practice all the knowledge and skills he gained after 2 years of working at Domaine Leflaive.

Eager to create a wine estate, Olivier Leflaive acquires 17 ha of vines within prestigious appellations such as Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru and Bâtard-Montrachet, as well as less publicised ones like Puligny-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet First Growth, Meursault First Growth, Chassagne-Montrachet First Growth, Chassagne-Montrachet red and white, Bourgogne red and white and Bourgogne Aligoté.

Result of a partnership with carefully selected winemakers meeting the winery's quality requirements, Olivier Leflaive sells wines under his name, produced from 107 ha of vines under multiple appellations.