2014 – Present
The Future of Burgundy
In 2014, the Carabello-Baum family, from San Francisco, became the new guardians of Château de Pommard. Far from the fast-paced, technological drum beat of Silicon Valley, Pommard is the place where the family can disconnect and reconnect with nature and fall in love with life. With exciting dreams for the future fast becoming reality, the fifth family of Château de Pommard are on a journey to realize the estate’s full potential and they can’t wait to share it with the world.
2003 – 2014
As the 21st century dawned, so too did a new family at Château de Pommard. With grand designs to turn the estate into a breathtaking wine education destination, the Giraud Family poured their hearts and souls into Clos Marey-Monge. For ten years, the property underwent major restoration and emerged as one of Burgundy’s must-visit domains.
1936 – 2003
Reuniting the Estate
France’s most famous psychoanalyst, Jean Laplanche, and his wife Nadine, lived at Château Marey-Monge for most of their lives. It was among the vines of Clos Marey-Monge that Jean conceived visionary ideas about the human condition.
1763 – 1936
Burgundy’s Greatest Family
The marriage of Marey and Monge, two iconic Burgundy families, still echoes throughout the Côte d’Or. The long-surviving dynasty shaped the very foundations of Château de Pommard and remain our inspiration today.
1726 – 1763
The First Family of Pommard
It was Vivant Micault, who in 1726, laid the foundation stone for his winemaking empire. He built the first Château of Pommard. We now call it home. Our history begins here.