Since the beginning of the 20th century
The History
a century-old Wine House 

Les Parcellaires de Saulx is a haute-couture wine company located in Meursault which is the emblematic village of the great white wines of Burgundy and which has a very old and rich history.


In fact the origin of this village comes from a neolithic camp located on the Mont Milan, just above the current village, to which succeeded a Gallo Roman camp located at the same place.


Under this camp a Gallo Roman occupancy continued during a long time in the field surrounded by woods. This landscape gave the name Muri Saltus (wall of woods) which is the origin of the name Meursault.


The name Meursault appears in 1094 on the cartulary of the Abbey of Cluny.


The white wines produced by this village are well known all around the world.


It is in this historical context that Les Parcellaires de Saulx was created in September 2017 on the foundations of a century-old house of wine.


In fact, an house of wine has existed on this site since the beginning of the 20th century.

Les Parcellaires de Saulx completed in July 2022 some important works in its building in order to restore the glory of this beautiful house of the XVIII century and to create a high end wine tourism place named "Le Manoir des Parcellaires de Saulx".


This wine tourism place offers a tasting place, a wineshop, a cellar tour and a stunning terrace with an exceptional view on the vineyards of Meursault and Puligny Montrachet.


This company belonged to Mister Garnier and was acquired in March 1954 by the Société de Diffusion et de Vente des Grands Vins which later became known as the Manoir Murisaltien, the name used to refer to the inhabitants of the village of Meursault.


This company was acquired by a Swiss family in 1995, who resold it in May 2017 to its current owners, an American couple who are passionated about the French way of life, and its director, Jean-Luc Vitoux.


They are also the owners of the House of Champagne named Leclerc Briant, acquired in 2012, and of the Domaine Belleville in Rully and the Château de la Commaraine and its Clos Monopole of 3.63 ha located in Pommard.