Domaine Boris Champy is located in Nantoux, in the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy. Boris Champy is originally from Champagne and graduated in oenology. He worked for 10 years in Napa Valley in California before becoming technical director of Maison Louis Latour. He was also manager and oenologist at the famous Clos des Lambrays. Versatile, he was the initiator of an environmental protection association, is a triathlete, swam across the bay of San Francisco and completed the pilgrimage from Dijon to Santiago de Compostela. The Domaine was founded by Didier Montchovet in 1984. With full management of the vineyard, the cellar and the stocks, the Domaine Didier Montchovet is renamed Domaine Boris Champy. Boris Champy enthusiastically believes in the future of the Hautes-Cotes, thanks to their altitude in a context of global warming. He wishes to continue raising the reputation of this little-known appellation. The objective is to show the subtle differences between climates and terroirs, with different types of soils, sun exposure, slope inclinations, etc. The estate was the first in Burgundy to receive Demeter biodynamic certification.