Domaine Huber-Vedereau was founded by Thiébault Huber in 1994, but dates to the 19th century when the Verdereau family began cultivating vines on their property in Volnay. In 1976, Thiebault’s grandfather, Raoul Verdereau, split the estate between his two daughters, with Thiebault’s parents Monsieur and Madame Huber receiving three hectares. Being neither winegrowers nor living in Burgundy, they rented out the estate to other growers until 1990 when Thiébault established Domaine Huber Verdereau, releasing his first vintage in 1994. From the original tiny three hectares, the domaine now extends to just under 10 hectares, spread over seven villages, 32 plots of land and 22 different appellations.
An early proponent of biodynamics and minimal-intervention, low-sulphur winemaking, Thiébault ‘s style is one of a very light touch and low extraction. These are softer expressions of Volnay and Pommard – supremely elegant and finessed. They can be enjoyed when young but will also age beautifully.