prix du premier roman 2019 livres en vignes
young artists and creation awardAs part of our 60th anniversary, we created this year, in cooperation with the National School of Art of Dijon, a prize for Young Artistic Creation.
This prize, open to students and young graduates, aims to give them the opportunity to create and show a work expressing, according to their sensitivity and their own technical and artistic means, their perception of the territory of Burgundy and the resonance of its immaterial heritage. Recognized in 2015 by UNESCO, les Climats de Bourgogne are also a source of inspiration for young artists.
The projects were received in May, and the jury selected the work of Amélie Berrodier, "Domaine", as laureate for the Award. See her work on amelieberrodier.com
A special Jury award was created to reward Julie Grosche's work, "A possible field of experience". See her work on juliegrosche.com
All the projects received will be exhibited as part of the events related to the 60th anniversary in November.
Amélie Berrodier, Julie Grosche, Erika Povilonyte, Angélique Jacquemoire, Carole Lebon, Andrea Sparta, thank you for ssuggesting us another vision, exciting and off-beat, of the terroir we work on a daily basis.
The members of the jury were:
- Jean Nicolas and Nathalie MEO, Domaine Méo-Camuzet, Vosne-Romanée
- Angéline SCHERF, Chief Curator, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris
- Alicia KNOCK, Curator, Centre Pompidou, Paris
- Roland de LA BROSSE, President of Adhex, President of Interface, Dijon
- Martine LE GAC, Professor of Art History, ENSA Dijon
60th anniversary of méo-camuzet, 30th anniversary of jean-nicolasWill this year in 9 be a great vintage? No one knows yet ....Whatever happens, it will be for us a year of double anniversary since we will celebrate 60 years of the estate in the family and the 30 years of activity of Jean Nicolas at its head.
This anniversary is placed under the sign of youth : 30 years, and even 60, in the light of the millennial history of Burgundy is just a trifle!
Each vintage is a new baby that we look forward to raising and growing up to adulthood.
Just like the Literary Award for First Novel that we have been granting for 10 years now during the Livres en Vignes book show at the Château du Clos de Vougeot.
Just like the young trainees and apprentice winemakers who have come to learn about Pinot noir and Burgundy winemaking with us since 1989.
And like the young Burgundy artists of ENSA Dijon, the School of Fine Arts, for which we have created this year a Young Artistic Creation Award to give them the opportunity to express their vision of the intangible heritage of Burgundy ...
A great year for us, and hopefully, a beautiful vintage still in the making!
a report on the domaine, by monopole magazine
Around the year at the Domaine ...
Nice article, in French, with very nice photos, the mood is well described ...
destination oregonNicolas-Jay, the Oregon venture initiated by Jean-Nicolas Méo and his friend Jay Boberg (and supported by the domaine) is now entering a decisive phase with the release of its first wine on April 2nd. Check out the new website at nicolas-jay.com
Nicolas-Jay, the Oregon venture initiated by Jean-Nicolas Méo and his friend Jay Boberg (and supported by the domaine) is now entering a decisive phase with the release of its first wine on April 2nd.
Check out the new website at http://www.nicolas-jay.com
The 2014 season in Oregon was deceptively easy: warm and sunny, healthy grapes, good crop, easy-going harvest (well, it was a first harvest, it is never that easy).
The resulting wines were sweet and forthcoming, so the challenge was to craft a cuvée with finesse, subtlety, and discreet structure.
Bottled this last December, we are very proud to present this typical Oregon wine, displaying upfront blackberry and raspberry jam aromas, and in the mouth, a rich and velvety texture finishing with a hint of youthful tannins that help maintain the tension until the end.