Collection: Maison Jane Eyre

Burgundy, France

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From Aussie hairdresser to decorated, award-winning winemaker, Jane Eyre’s rise in Burgundy has been an extraordinary story! Since her first vintage in 1998, Jane has honed her skills working alongside some of the world’s most respected winemakers, including Comtes Lafon, Ernie Loosen in the Mosel and Freddie Mugnier in Chambolle-Musigny. Her wines have gained critical acclaim from critics like Jancis Robinson, Tim Atkin, and Neal Martin. More recently she received her RVF second star and became the first woman to win the Negociant of the Year title in 2021.

Through gentle extraction techniques, thoughtful oak usage, and early bottling, Jane creates Burgundies that are accessible and appealing even in their early stages. Her wines have a distinct style—delicate and inviting, with supple tannins and vibrant fruits. The Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru ‘Les Corbeaux’ is produced from Pinot Noir vines that are over 50 years old. Her Fleurie ‘Vendanges Entieres’ is produced from 80-year-old Labourons- area vines. Some whole bunches are used in the vinification followed by ten months of ageing in demi-muids (500 litres). It has typical Gamay raciness and vibrant acidity but with a pure and smooth texture and some persistence.