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Delagrange ~ Gagnard Delagrange ~ Blain Gagnard ~ Fontaine Gagnard

Edmond Delagrange (Patriarch of the family)

Chassagne Montrachet "Caillerets"

Montrachet

 

Gagnard Delagrange (Daughter and son-in-law)

Chassagne Montrachet "Morgeot"

Chassagne Montrachet "Boudriottes"

Batard Montrachet

Montrachet

Chassagne Montrachet Rouge

 

Blain Gagnard (Grand-Daughter and husband)

Chassagne Montrachet "Boudriottes"

Chassagne Montrachet "Caillerets"

Batard Montrachet

Chassagne Montrachet Rouge

 

Fontaine Gagnard (Grand-daughter and husband)

Chassagne Montrachet "Morgeot"

Criots Batard-Montrachet

Chassagne Montrachet Rouge

If ever there was a grower whose vineyards have become a family affair, it is Monsieur Edmond Delagrange and his extended clan. M. Delagrange presides over his family which includes his daughter and her husband and their daughters and their husbands. Their estates also encompass the Montrachets of Blain-Gagnard, Fontaine-Gagnard and Delagrange-Bachelot.

While the vineyard ownership and winemaking responsibilities are divided among these three generations, an unerring talent for creating great wine unites them all. Their particular strengths are the three wines from the heart of the commune Chassagne, as well as parcels of Criots and Batard-Montrachet