Situated in the Côte-de-Nuits, Burgundy, Domaine Camille Thiriet was established in 2016 by Camille Thiriet. Together with her partner, Canadian-born winemaker Matt Chittick, Camille produces exceptional single-plot Côte de Nuits Villages cuvées. The project has attracted support from local luminaries such as Jeremy Seysses of Domaine Dujac, Nicolas Potel, and Bernard Noblet - retired Cellar Master of Domaine de la Romanée Conti. Today, Domaine Camille Thiriet holds 6-ha of vineyard parcels in Corgoloin, the little known and most southerly village of the Côte de Nuits. Situated on southeast-facing slopes and the same rocky, limestone and clay soils as the more famous villages to the north, the terroirs here are beautiful. Camille describes Corgoloin as “...amazing, underrated and unknown”. The vines are farmed organically, with horses used for some of the cultivation work. In the cellar, the winemaking is done very gently, with the fruit trodden by foot for maximum infusion and pumped-over lightly by hand. The wines are fermented using only indigenous yeast and are bottled unfiltered, with just a touch of sulphur dioxide. Striving for the highest quality, production is intentionally kept low. Camille and Matt produce Chardonnay, Aligoté and Pinots Noirs. All are exquisitely crafted wines - precise and perfumed with great purity and freshness.