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Large white building of Domaine Evenstad in the middle of a square in Santenay, France.


Immerse yourself in our cellars, where more than 600 centuries of winemaking expertise come together to craft wines of exceptional quality. Join us for an innovative wine experience in Burgundy that offers tours and tasting experiences unlike any other.

Winery with stainless steel tanks in a vaulted wood ceiling at Domaine Eventad in Santenay, France.

Immersive Wine Experiences

Step back in time with our wine-tasting experience at Domaine Evenstad. In the 19th-century vaults, you’ll discover our highly prized Burgundy collection led by a wine expert who will guide your tasting and help you understand how these wines are made.

Historic Burgundy Wine-Experiences in Santenay

The wine experiences at Domaine Evenstad offer a chance to discover and appreciate the unique qualities of Burgundy wines, deepening one's understanding and appreciation for this prestigious wine region. Whether you are a wine connoisseur or a curious wine lover, a visit to Domaine Evenstad in Santenay promises an unforgettable wine journey.

Domaine Evenstad Coming in 2025

The first harvest for the Domaine Evenstad brand took place in August and September of 2022, and the first wines will launch in 2025. Luckily, you don’t have to wait that long to visit the Domaine Evenstad tasting room and enjoy rare and exceptional Burgundy wines from Château de la Crée and Maison Evenstad developed from prestigious parcels in Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.

Women walking in a blue dress amongst vineyards toward the Clos du Veugot Chateau

our renowned vineyards



An iconic vineyard and a landmark of Burgundy that is home to the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin. The Cistercian monks who founded this vineyard in the early 12th century developed the concept of Climats that continue to shape the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune to this day. The Clos Vougeot’s diverse soil creates wines with intense colors and aromatic aromas.


Situated between the villages of Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny, Bonnes Mares vineyards have existed since the late Middle Ages. Scholars believe the origin of the name means to “cultivate carefully.” The sub-soil consists of limestone and white marl, while clay-flint soil lies deep within. It originates from the Jurassic Period over 150 million years ago, though it was first honored with Grand Cru status in 1936.

Landscape view of Santenay in Burgundy



Located on the slope at 880 ft., just below the prestigious Bonnes Mares Grand Cru, sits a Climat of less than 2.3 acres known as Les Lavrottes. The name comes from the Climat’s shallow soil of fine limestone. Our Chambolle-Musigny holdings also include Les Feusselottes, a name that means “Petite Fosse,” or small depression. As the name suggests, the vines are located near the center of the village where the two hillside slopes of Chambolle-Musigny merge. The lands of Chambolle-Musigny are renowned for producing some of the most elegantly intense Pinot Noirs of the Côte de Nuits.


Viewed as one of the best climats of Nuits-Saint-Georges, our Premier Cru holding, les Vaucrains, is equal to the great Les Saint Georges located just below on the hillside. Sitting high on the slope, les Vaucrains and its stony soil of red clay reduces the land’s productivity, important in yielding wines of power and intensity. The less fertile soils create a powerful and structured Pinot Noir that features some of the best cellaring potential of any in the Côte d’Or.

A glass of white wine held in front of vineyards in Burgundy, France.



One of the Côte de Nuit’s most prestigious appellations, Chambolle-Musigny produces rich, yet elegant wines of intense structure. An eastern facing slope at altitudes of 250 to 200 meters is composed of a shallow soils containing Jurassic limestone, which challenges the roots of the vines to break through rocks to seek nourishment from deep within the land.


The capital of Côte de Nuits, the historic village of Nuits-Saint-Georges, produces some of the region’s most powerful and structured red wines. White wines from Nuits-Saint-Georges are rare, as only 3 percent of the planted vines are Pinot Blanc. The Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin was founded in Nuits-Saint-Georges in 1934.


Our two plots sit to the south of the Côtes de Nuits in the village of Comblanchien, which is well known for its quarries. Limestone is the primary component of the soil, which helps produce Pinot Noir with a racy structure.