Domaine Herve Sigaut is a relatively small property (a bit less than 7 hectares), tucked away at the edge of the pretty village of Chambolle-Musigny. Herve and his wife Anne have slowly but surely upgraded their domain in every aspect of the operations with success. Most of the vineyards are planted with very old vines – many of them plowed by horse. Herve follows the lunar calendar for most activities in the vineyard and cellar, and prefers to touch the wine as little as possible.
Anne and Herve Sigaut wines are about as classic and archetypal Chambolles as you can find. Because they don’t own any Grand Cru vineyards, they have largely remained 'under-the-radar' in a village that certainly doesn’t lack for anointed stars.