The domaine was created in 1973 by Hubert Lamy, father of Olivier, who joined in 1995 and runs the property today. What began as eight hectares has now reached 18.5 hectares, planted predominately with Chardonnay (80%) in Saint-Aubin, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet and Santenay. Olivier practises ‘la lutte raisonnée’ in all of his vineyards, adhering to organic practices and spraying only when necessary. Lamy’s cellar has three levels and lends itself well to his gravity-flow winemaking. This minimises the need for pumping – something which can stress the wines. The whites are fermented in French oak barrels (300 litre and 600 litre) and left on their fine lees without bâtonnage or sulphur dioxide until they are racked. He has also reduced the use of new oak on his whites over the years, and now uses barrels ranging in age from one to five years old.
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