The Chevrot family has been making wine in Burgundy since 1830, and Domaine Chevrot was founded in 1936 by the grandparents of the current winemaking brothers, Pablo and Vincent. Their parents started bottling wines under the Domaine Chevrot label in the seventies, and the young Pablo and Vincent have maintained the traditions of their parents with only one exception: they are converting the vineyards to certified organic viticulture. They are using organic compost in the vineyards and a minimum of copper and sulfur treatments as needed to treat oidium and mildew. They are practicing biodynamics as well but are not certified. Their Bourgogne rouge averages 42 year-old vines. It spends three months in stainless steel and six months in used barrels. Smooth with excellent fullness and blacker fruits, this can stand up to a variety of heavier dishes than many similar wines.