Marthe Henry is a winemaker and winemaker who has recently settled in Meursault, after a first life in journalism. Marthe is the granddaughter of Pierre Boillot, a well-known figure of Meursault between the beginning of his career as a winemaker in the 40s until his death in 2004. Although Marthe Henry's parents were not winemakers, his family spirit, his bond with his grandfather and his passion for wine pushed him to embrace this path in 2013.
She then moved to Meursault, trained at the wine school and then with her friends Pierre-Henri Rougeot and Jean-Yves Devevey. With these experiences, she embarked on a quality micro-business, before being able to take over some family vineyards in 2023. Proponent of a refined style by limiting interventions as much as possible, her wines spend at least 18 months in oak barrels, without racking or suffering. The reds are vinified with a part of whole bunches.
From these first vintages Marthe Henry proves all her talent by delivering wines of great harmony. A talent to discover despite the small quantities produced!