Anne Gros has established a solid reputation in the wine world after taking over her father's domaine in 1988. When she succeeded her father Francois Gros, the domaine covered 3 hectares. Since then it has grown to cover 6.5 ha with three grands Crus: Clos Vougeot Grand Cru, Echezeaux and Richebourg Grand Cru. Concerned about practising eco-friendly viticulture, Anne Gros has taken a keen interest in biodynamic and organic farming.
Though she believes this philosophy is vital for the preservation of the terroir's biodiversity, she refuses to categorize or label the domaine as such. Her work in the vineyard consists especially of rational treatments according to need, ploughing the soil and using compost. Anne opened a guest house on the premises of the domaine, right next to the winery, called “La Colombiere”. A great place to stay when in Burgundy.