Burgundy has been the birthplace of the Mazilly family for several generations.

In the early 1950s, Pierre Mazilly took over from his grandfather. His son Frédéric and his grandson Aymeric have taken up the torch and carry on the family tradition. The Mazilly family itself attends to every stage of production, from working the vineyards through bottling, in order to consistently offer high-quality wines.

The operating facilities are located in Meloisey, a small village in Hautes-Côtes de Beaune with a centuries-long winemaking tradition.  It is even said that wine from Meloisey was served at the coronation of Philippe-Auguste in 1179.

Since 2001, most of the wines are made and aged in caves located in Meursault.

The estate’s vineyards, 18 hectares in total, are primarily located in Hautes Côtes de Beaune, but also in renowned appellations such as Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard, Volnay and Meursault…

Frédéric and Aymeric Mazilly produce high-quality red and white wines. The red wines are always drinkable, full of fruit with well-controlled oakiness. The whites are rich and luxuriant, balanced and structured in the mouth.

Every year, they receive medals from prestigious competitions such as the Concours des Grands Vins de France, or are mentioned in the Hachette guide in particular.

For the past 30 years, Frédéric has also been dedicated to the defence of the wine growers’ union. 

He is actively involved in the" Bureau Interprofessionnel des Vins de Bourgogne" and the "Confederation des Associations Viticoles de Bourgogne" ( associations defending Wine Growing).

Burgundy wine is his passion.

In order to complete its offerings, Aymeric created Maison Aymeric Mazilly in 2004, which makes excellent Côte de Beaune white wines.