Collection: Domaine Hubert Brochard

Loire, France

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The story of Domaine Hubert Brochard begins with Aimée and Hubert Brochard in 1900. The couple tended to the land with only the assistance of two draft horses until their son, Henri, joined the family business. Too young to join the army but old enough for farmwork, Henri would eventually oversee the estate’s transition from mixed farming to a focus on vine cultivation. Their three children would also help on the estate, with their son Daniel and his wife taking over its management in the 1980’s. Daniel would once again push the estate in a new direction, acquiring new plots in Chavignol and Sancerre, while developing the domaine’s range to focus on terroir-driven wines.

In 2022, Hubert-Brochard was taken over by Langlois-Château, which has been part of the Bollinger family group since 1973 and was already producing wine in Loire through Châteaux de Fontaine-Audon and Thauvenay). Today, the Brochard family and Langlois-Château are united in their common values; high quality standards, a passion for the terroir and family spirit.