The Domaine can claim a lengthy history in Burgundy but only really got going after the second world war and has since gone from strength to strength. De Vogue is best known for its Le Musigny Grand Cru which makes up the majority of its vineyard holdings whilst also producing a Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru and Premier Cru Chambolle Musigny.
Thoughtful, precise and quality driven winemaking along with organic (although not certified) viticulture make these wines elegant, richly perfumed and well-balanced as well as highly priced.
Whilst the focus has mostly been on Pinot Noir, de Vogue does grow a small amount of Chardonnay for Bourgogne Blanc and Musigny Blanc Grand Cru.
2010 was a very good vintage for red and a good vintage for white wines in Burgundy