Even though females are not traditionally successors of family wine businesses in Burgundy, Anne Parent found herself running Domaine Parent in a twist of fate.
Anne Parent runs family winery, Domaine Parent, with her sister, Catherine. For the both of them, carrying on the family business had seemed
The solution at that point for the family became very clear. Anne and Catherine swiftly stepped into the shoes meant for their brother, and took over the family business.
Today, Domaine Parent owns 10 hectares of vineyards, concentrated in Pommard, with a smattering in the Ladoix Villages and the odd Grand Cru plots from Corton.
Pommard wines are known to be the most masculine and tannic wines in Burgundy, and have been nicknamed the ‘Nuits-Saint-Georges of the Cote de Beaune’, an allusion to its strength and structure.