OenoFuture Lauches Burgundy En Primeur Campaign


We’re delighted to announce the release of our Burgundy En Primeur wines which are now available for purchase.

Please note that demand for Burgundy has never been stronger and we expect high levels of interest in these very limited-production wines. We advise you to contact your account manager or the OenoFuture administration team at info@oenofuture.com at your earliest convenience to reserve your allocation.

Why Should You Invest in “En Primeur”?

The French term “En Primeur” is usually translated as “wine futures”. It is a way of buying wine while it is still in the barrel and has not yet been bottled and released.

Burgundy has performed exceptionally over the past 5 years, with the Liv-Ex Burgundy 150 index showing growth of 88%. Buying En Primeur offers a chance to enter the market right at the beginning to maximise your potential returns. For more information, view our in-depth guide to En Primeur investment.

This year’s OenoFuture Burgundy En Primeur campaign features a selection of rare Grand Cru and Premier Cru wines from three of our top Burgundy producers: Mischief & Mayhem, Domaine des Beaumont and Domaine Alain Burguet.

Mischief & Mayhem
Mischief & Mayhem was founded in 2003 by Michael and Fiona Ragg who were drawn to the pretty village of Aloxe-Corton by a burning passion for wine and for the charming Burgundy region. Michael worked for the Berry Bros & Rudd wine merchants in London for a decade before deciding to turn his hand to winemaking. Thanks to their combined negociant and domaine approach, the Mischief & Mayhem portfolio is diverse, offering everything from stunning AOC Bourgogne Chardonnay and Pinot Noir through to their outstanding Grand Crus from Corton-Charlemagne and Clos de la Roche. 

Domaine des Beaumont
Under the talented leadership of Thierry Beaumont his namesake family domaine has been transformed from a modest under-the-radar producer to a hidden gem amongst Burgundy collectors. Thierry’s family have been involved in viticulture for at least seven generations and the current 5.5 hectares of vines are a patchwork of prime plots pieced together from aunts, grandparents, and parents in the two most famed winemaking villages of the Cote de Nuits, Morey-Saint-Denis and Gevrey-Chambertin.

Domaine Alain Burguet: 
Alain Burguet was born into a winemaking family and from a young age he was set to work along with his brother in his father’s vineyards in Gevrey. Domaine Alain Burguet & Fils is unusual in Burgundy for being created from scratch since most domaines in the region have their roots in generous inheritances or fortuitous marriages. In recent years Alain has taken a back seat with his sons, Jean-Luc and Eric, taking over the running of the domaine from the 2011 vintage.

If you would like to find out more about OenoFuture’s Burgundy En Primeur campaign, please contact your dedicated portfolio manager or email us at info@oenofuture.com.

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