Wine Estate

An unique vine growing and wine making heritage

Pierreclos gets its name from the rocky spur planted with vines since the 6th century, called “Petra Clausa” which meant “enclosed of stones” owned by the Saint-Vincent of Mâcon canons and the Benedictine monks of the Cluny Abbey.

Today, the wines of Château de Pierreclos are produced from 11 hectares of vines, spread over eight villages under nine appellations such as Pouilly-Fuissé premier cru, Pouilly-Fuissé, Saint-Véran, Mâcon-Pierreclos, Mâcon-Bussières, Mâcon-Milly-Lamartine, Mâcon-Solutré-Pouilly for the white wines and a Bourgogne Pinot Noir for the red.

Each parcel of vines, cultivated by the family in the respect of organic agriculture like a garden, is both a natural and cultural heritage. They have been chosen for their geological and climatic conditions which are most favourable to the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grape varieties. The vinification is designed to reveal the unique character of the terroir in each cuvée.

Since the 2022 vintage, under the Comtes de Pierreclos label, we have been offering exceptional wines made exclusively from the vineyards of Solutré Pouilly Vergisson, a Great Natural Site of France.

Through the tastings we offer, we hope to share our knowledge of these soils and pass on to you our passion for the profession of winegrower and winemaker.

Our Appellations

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The Pouilly-Fuisse Premier Cru

Domaine des vins en Bourgogne

22 Climates

Au Vignerais, Aux Bouthières, Aux Chailloux, Aux Quarts, En France, En Servy, La Frérie, La Maréchaude, Le Clos, Le Clos de Monsieur Noly, Le Clos de Solutré, Le Clos Reyssier, Les Brulés, Les Chevrières, Les Crays, Les Ménétrières, Les Perrières, Les Reisses, Les Vignes Blanches, Pouilly, Sur la Roche, Vers Cras
are all rich and varied terroirs that create the strong and unique identity of each wine.

4 Villages

Chaintré, Fuissé, Solutré-Pouilly et Vergisson


A robe ranging from pale to deep gold, with green reflections.

Mineral aromas (flint), almond and hazelnut, citrus fruits (lemon, grapefruit, pineapple), white fruits (peach), lime and acacia, breadcrumbs, buttered brioche, honey.

Tasting the Wines

If you want to taste the wines of the estate, you can come to the château during the opening hours of the shop.

Through the various tastings that are offered, we hope to share our knowledge of these soils and pass on to you our passion for the profession of winegrower and winemaker.

The wine tasting, the purchase and the wine consumption are reserved for people of legal age. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health, please drink in moderation.

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Natural and Cultural
Castle in the heart
of the vineyard