Established in the 18th century, Château de Pommard and it’s 300 year old walled vineyard are an iconic symbol of Burgundy’s illustrious history. A UNESCO-protected site, this important property is truly one of a kind and at twenty-five hectares, is the largest monopole vineyard in the region. American tech entrepreneur Michael Baum purchased the estate in 2014, making it the first American owned wine-producing Château in Burgundy. Baum has made it his mission to transform the way the entire vineyard operates and has ushered in a new era where everything is now certified organic and sustainable. Wine is made following ancestral methods where soils are carefully tilled and plowed by horses and nature is allowed to remain in control, which they believe this is the best way to make outstanding wines and be responsible stewards of the land. This is an exciting, dynamic winery - one to watch closely as Baum propels it into the future.