Thierry Beaumont represents the 7th generation of family winegrowers. The current quality line was not used until 1991. Before that, there was a contract with Bourgognereus Labouré-Roi, who ensured that production was maximized. At the end of this contract, Thierry Beaumont took over the company. First of all, the vineyards, here a line was immediately drawn under the maximum production in order to opt for harvest limitation and therefore higher quality grapes.
In total, the domain has about 5.5 hectares of vineyards spread over the villages of Morey-St-Denis, Gevrey-Chambertin and Chambolle-Musigny. Together 28 different plots that are eventually assembled into 10 different wines. The annual yield of the domain is 25 to 30,000 bottles.
Son Vincent is the commercial manager, an important task because about 60% of the harvest finds its way to the markets outside France. Because the domain was technically behind the times, a new winery was built and opened in 2009. Concrete vats were built to properly guide the fermentation. All the fruit is picked by hand and undergoes two quality checks, first in the vineyard and then on entering the winery. The trusses are 100% destemmed. After maceration and fermentation, the wine is aged for 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels. These are purchased from various barrel makers. On average, the villages mature wines in 1/3rd new wood and the Premier and Grand Cru wines 2/3rds in new wood.