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2024 Fraternité de la Crée Wine Club Spring Collection

This Spring, we invite you to revel in the beauty of the Côte de Beaune with this carefully curated collection. Each wine has been thoughtfully chosen to highlight the remarkable diversity and unparalleled excellence of this renowned region.

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2024 Fraternité de la Crée Spring Wine List

  • 2021 Château de la Crée, Maranges Sur Le Bois Chardonnay: 1
  • 2021 Château de la Crée, Santenay Premier Cru Gravières Chardonnay: 1
  • 2021 Château de la Crée, Santenay En Foulot Chardonnay: 1
  • 2021 Château de la Crée, Pommard Les Petits Noizons Pinot Noir: 1
  • 2021 Maison Evenstad, Savigny-Lès-Beaune Pinot Noir: 2
  • Total Rewards Points Earned: 1,635
Winemaker Michael at wine tasting in France
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A note from our winemaker

This Spring, we're celebrating the essence of the Côte de Beaune with our curated collection, showcasing its diversity and excellence across Santenay, Pommard, Savigny-Lès-Beaune, and Maranges. Despite challenges in the 2021 vintage, our winemaking team selected the finest fruit for this shipment, offering wines that truly reflect the region's soul. 

It has been an immense honor to own vineyards in this cherished area of the world. Since Ken and Grace Evenstad founded Domaine Serene in 1989, their inspiration has always come from the beloved Burgundy region with the goal of owning vineyards to craft and share the wine that ignited their passion. 

Thank you for being part of our journey. Here's to spring and sharing our passion for exceptional wines! Cheers!

Michael Fay
Vice President of Winemaking & Viticulture
Burgundy winemaker Pablo in France
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Meet our Burgundy winemaker

Since 2017, our winemaker Pablo Bosch and the viticultural team have collaborated closely with the Evenstads and the Domaine Serene team to integrate advanced techniques in both vineyard management and winemaking, aiming to enhance the overall quality of our wines.

At Château de la Crée, our winemaking ethos revolves around the relentless pursuit of innovation, as we seek to amplify the distinct characteristics of Burgundy's legendary terroir through our vinification practices.

While exceptional wines are rooted in exceptional vineyards, we leave no stone unturned in our winemaking journey. Every step of the process is meticulously scrutinized, with an unwavering commitment to producing the finest Chardonnay and Pinot Noir on a global scale.

Pablo Bosch
Burgundy Winemaker


These wines, carefully curated for the Fraternité de la Crée membership, are exclusive to your Spring shipment.

Santenay labeled on map of Cote de Beaune
A windmill in the middle of vineyards in Santenay, France.
Santenay vineyard
A village in Santenay surrounded by lush vineyards.

The Land


Nestled at the southern end of the Côte de Beaune, Santenay wines beautifully balance a fresh, fruity character with a distinct mineral quality. The rugged high grounds, reaching an impressive altitude of 500 meters, boast captivating greyish limestones as their signature. Further down the slope, around the 300-meter line, you'll encounter a captivating medley of oolitic limestones, white oolite, marls, kidney-shaped limestones, and lower oolite lovingly layered upon marl. These exceptional geological features create an ideal haven for vineyards, blessed with gentle exposures between the soothing East and vibrant South. What sets Santenay apart from other regions is its ability to maintain its unmistakable mineral notes even at higher levels of ripeness. This makes the wines of Santenay exceptional in their ability to balance ripeness with the unique terroir characteristics, resulting in wines that are both refined and full of personality.


These wines, carefully curated for the Fraternité de la Crée membership, are exclusive to your Spring shipment.

Pommard labeled on map of Cote de Beaune
Pommard les Petits Noizons vineyard with the village of Pommard
Pommard vineyard
Pommard vineyard in France

The Land


Immerse yourself in the rich history of Pommard, a wine that held the title of Burgundy's finest even in the Middle Ages. It was the standard by which all other wines were measured, an emblem of excellence that continues to captivate connoisseurs. Pommard became one of the early trailblazers in obtaining the esteemed AOC designation back in 1936, sealing its reputation as an unparalleled red wine created solely from the venerable Pinot Noir grape. As you journey through the vineyards, you'll discover a fascinating diversity of soils. The lower grounds reveal ancient alluvium, anchoring the roots of the vines. Mid-slope, clay-limestone soils provide excellent drainage, enhanced by scattered rock debris. Ascending further, you'll encounter Jurassic marls, accompanied by brown calcic soils and limestone formations. Our Pommard vineyards benefit from an ideal exposure to the generous rays of the sun, gifting the grapes with unparalleled ripeness and complexity. The altitudes, ranging from 250 to 330 meters, create an idyllic sanctuary for the flourishing vines.


These wines, carefully curated for the Fraternité de la Crée membership, are exclusive to your Spring shipment.

Savigny-Lès-Beaune  labeled on map of Cote de Beaune
Savigny les beaune vineyard

The Land


Located between the Hill of Corton and Beaune, the vineyards in this region boast a storied past. The presence of a grand 14th-century castle attests to the appellation's noble heritage. Officially designated as an AOC in 1937, the vineyards span an altitude range of 250 to 400 meters, making this a desirable area for us to create a Maison Evenstad wine. The lower slopes showcase alluvial soils sourced from the Rhoin river, while the terrain higher up reflects the geology of the Hill of Corton, characterized by gravelly soils and oolitic ironstone. Moving down the slope, the red-brown limestone transitions into clayey and pebbly compositions. On the opposite side facing East, the limestone soils harbor traces of sand.


These wines, carefully curated for the Fraternité de la Crée membership, are exclusive to your Spring shipment.

Maranges labeled on map of Cote de Beaune
MARANGES vineyard
CDLC Maranges Sur le Bois Wine

The Land


Maranges is a wine-producing commune situated in the southernmost part of the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy. Though this area is more well known for its medium-bodied Pinot Noir, we have purposefully planted and crafted this special Chardonnay in small quantities. The appellation of Maranges is highly regarded for its consistently good and ripe wines, reflecting the expertise and skill of our growers benefitting from the meticulous care and organic farming practices we employ.

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For every dollar spent on wine, wine club shipments, merchandise, and purchases at Domaine Serene Wine Lounges, Wine Club Members earn rewards points that can be redeemed on a Member-Exclusive menu of redeemable items.


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We typically ship using UPS Ground and can ship via FedEx or 2-day air if requested (additional fees apply). During the warm months, we ship using temperature-controlled FedEx Cold-Chain shipping, which can take up to 10 business days but keeps your wine cool while in transit.

The shipping carrier will make three delivery attempts before returning your package to us. If a shipment is returned, we will contact you to schedule a new delivery date. New shipping charges will be applied at the cost of the member to re-ship wine orders. 

If you have selected pick-up for your wine club order, Domaine Serene will hold your wine for up to 60 days from when the order becomes available for pick-up. Failure to collect wine club orders within the aforementioned 60-day timeframe of a processed order will result in your wines being auto-shipped to the shipping address on file at the cost of the member's card on file.

Abandoned orders may result in membership cancellation and forfeiture of membership benefits and points. Canceled memberships will forfeit any rewards points that have not been redeemed at the time of cancellation.

We can ship our Oregon wines to every state except Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Mississippi, Rhode Island, and Utah.

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You may join any of our wine clubs online at under the Membership tab, and you are welcome to join multiple clubs if you desire. For wine aficionados, we recommend combining an Oregon club and a French club. You may also email or call us at 971.545.2377, and our club team will assist you.

Member benefits begin once you receive your first allocation of wine that meets the membership's minimum spend requirements to qualify as a wine club order.

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Yes, someone 21 years or older must sign for any package containing alcohol. To ensure your wine will be received in your absence, we encourage shipping to a business address or a UPS or FedEx store location. If you need help finding your closest store, please email and our wine club team will assist you.

Members accrue points for every dollar spent at Domaine Serene and the Domaine Serene Wine Lounges on wine club shipments, website orders, wine, food, and merchandise. Successful wine club referrals may also earn rewards points. The amount of points earned per dollar varies by membership. Points can be redeemed on an exclusive, members-only menu of merchandise, certain events (as indicated), and unique packages at our estates and beyond.

All members receive a 25% discount on wines by the glass and wine flights only at Domaine Serene Wine Lounge locations (Portland, Lake Oswego, and Bend). 

Gold Eagle and L'Ambassadeur wine club members automatically receive flat-rate $20 shipping on all US wine orders made through Domaine Serene. Wine restrictions may apply on a state-by-state basis.

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