Neal Martin writes: "The Huguenot family can trace their viticultural roots back through ten generations, to the year 1789 in the village of Marsannay. It is presently managed by Philippe Huguenot, who runs their 22 hectares of vine in Marsannay, Fixin and Gevrey (including one grand cru in the shape of Charmes-Chambertin), and under his tenure, the vines have been converted to organic viticulture that was completed in 2010. Here is another Marsannay producer whose wines are helping buff up the reputation of this overlooked appellation, especially with their superb Marsannay Montagne."
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