In Cote d’Or, a region famous for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, sits Maison Moillard, one of the finest and oldest houses in Burgundy. Their story began during the French Revolution, with the Moillards being vine cultivators in Nuits-Saint-Georges. When the railway arrived in 1850, new opportunities arose with the vast track network, allowing the family to transition to wine trading. In 2009, the winery upgraded to a state-of-the-art facility, marrying the winemaking traditions of Burgundy with modern technology. It continues to strive to produce elegant and powerful wines that will age well and that can be appreciated at any time.