Bader – Mimeur is located at the bottom of the famous vineyards of Montrachet. Since the seventeenth century, the BADER-MIMEUR family has owned and managed vines in and around Chassagne-Montrachet for more than ten generations, especially in the Côte de BEAUNE.
Charles BADER, Marie Pierette NIE and the son of PHILIPPE BADER, were wine merchants in “Halle-aux-Vins” in Paris. He married Elise MIMEUR in 1920, whose father, Charles MIMEUR, owned the "Domaine du Château de Chassagne-Montrachet". The name BADER-MIMEUR was born. The domain has been run by brother and sister since 2017; Sebastien Fossier and Nathalie Bernard. From the 17th century, the Bader-Nié family owned vineyards in Chassagne-Montrachet and its surroundings, while Charles Mimeur, winegrower from the Maranges region, became the owner of the Château de Chassagne-Montrachet in 1919.
Since 2017, Nathalie Bernard and her brother Sébastien Fossier have been in charge of Baeder-Mimeur on a daily basis. The Domain has a very impressive barrel cellar and is beautifully situated in the hills of Montrachet.
The Bader-Mimeur Burgundian family estate covers 8 hectares with about 60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot noir coming from the appellations: Chassagne-Montrachet, Saint-Aubin 1er cru and Bourgogne. The Bader-Mimeur family owns and manages 98% of the Château de Chassagne-Montrachet vineyard. The red and white fine burgundy wines are produced using traditional methods: hand-picked grapes, aging in French oak barrels, natural fermentation and manual punch down of Pinot Noir.