The Boisson-Vadot estate in Meursault is one of those hidden gems that every wine lover loves to discover. We still talk today about little-known cellars until a few years ago because of their high-quality white wines that sparkle with depth and precision. Today, the most enlightened amateurs take their precious bottles. Like many estates in Burgundy, everything is a family affair in the Boisson-Vadot estate. Two generations come together, listen to and respect each other, making the wines of the estate stand out. The estate is divided into three entities: the parents represented by Domaine Boisson-Vadot (3.5Ha), the sons via the entity Pierre Boisson (3.5Ha), and finally the daughters of the entity Anne Boisson (1, 5Ha). Most of the plots are located in Meursault, Auxey-Duresses region in Bourgogne Aligoté, in Burgundy. But the cellar also has vines for red wines in Pommard and Monthélie. The work here is common sense, the old fashioned way, is the main work done on the vine. The wine is then bottled without filtering. The son Pierre Boisson is a good friend of Raphaël Coche from the famous Domaine Coche-Dury, his son left his mark by producing excellent wines and remarkable length. Since 2017, Pierre & Anne has occupied 100% of the family property.