The Domaine Génot-Boulanger is a sublime vineyard planted in the heart of the Côte de Beaune, in Meursault. Initiated by a family of Parisian pharmacists, who had the ambition to create a domain in one of the high places of Burgundy viticulture, the Domaine Génot Boulanger was born in 1974. Charles-Henri Génot and his wife Marie (née) Boulanger, acquired their first parcel of vines in Mercurey. Over the years, the vineyard has continued to grow by acquiring new plots in Meursault "Clos du Cromin", Chassagne-Montrachet, Volnay, Pommard and Beaune.
Under the impetus of their descendants, in the person of Mary Delaby-Génot, and her husband Pierre-André Delaby, Domaine Génot-Boulanger took its first steps in the Côte de Nuits by acquiring new plots in Grand- Cru (Clos de Vougeot, Corton-Charlemagne, Corton "Les Combes") but also in Premier Cru (Aloxe-Corton 1er Cru "Clos du Chapitre").
When the vineyard was taken over in 1998 and for 10 years, their son François Delaby continued the family adventure and the extension of the estate, by acquiring vines in Puligny-Montrachet, some of which are Premier Cru ("La Garenne", "Les Folatières").
Finally, in 2008 Aude Lavollée -daughter of François Delaby- and her husband Guillaume Lavollée took over the reins of this domain with its immense potential. The couple strives to engage in a more qualitative approach to work in the vineyard but also more respectful of the soil and its ecosystem. This is how Domaine Génot-Boulanger was certified Organic Agriculture in 2018.