Marchand-Tawse is a leading Burgundian negociant and domaine (Domaine Tawse) based in Beaune, producing a wide range of wines from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. These range from regional Bourgogne wines to those at the Grand Cru level. The company, which was formed in 2010, is a joint venture between Moray Tawse of Tawse Winery in Ontario and Quebec-born winemaker Pascal Marchand, formerly of the top Domaines Comte Armand and la Vougeraie. Their work is founded on the principles of bio-dynamic winemaking both in the vineyards and the cellar, and all the estate Grand Crus and Premier Crus are ploughed by horses. In the cellar, all winery operations are done according to the the lunar calendar. On the micro-négoce side, the team works with vignerons that share their same principles, always putting nature and quality first.
Pascal Marchand can take negociant wines – the terroirs, the grapes – and reveal their qualities like few others.
Join Amandine Terrier-Marchand for a excellent tasting of some Domaine Marchand Tsawse’s renowned wines.