About Simon Bize
Under the meticulous leadership of Chisa Bize, who trained with biodynamic luminary Anne-Claude Leflaive, the domaine has been gradually integrating biodynamic practices. Their most experimental parcel, Les Serpentières, along with Corton Charlemagne, exemplify the drive to cultivate even the most challenging plots biodynamically. Presently, five hectares are managed under this method, limited only by the capacity of their biodynamic preparations.
A unique feature of their winemaking process is the affinity for whole cluster fermentation for reds, often incorporating entire grape bunches, though this varies based on the cuvée of the season. The judicious use of oak, rarely surpassing 30%, ensures that the wine's terroir sings clearly. Their premier crus like Aux Guettes, Les Talmettes, and the mighty Aux Vergelesses benefit from minimal intervention: rare fining or filtration and limited new oak exposure, resulting in wines that are both plush and authentically Savigny-lès-Beaune in character.
Renowned for their wines' outstanding consistency, especially under Chisa's stewardship, Domaine Simon Bize’s offerings showcase immediate appeal while also possessing an uncanny ability to age gracefully. The harmony and longevity of their wines, from the Bourgogne Rouge Les Perrières to the Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin, are testimonies to their unparalleled craftsmanship of Burgundy wines.