Between the creation of the house in 1964 and 2004, Schenk has developed the activity of its Burgundian branch to finally produce more than 20 million bottles. In 2004, tired of running after this huge volume, Schenk’s family decided to break off from his trade activity.
This decision has been followed very fast by an important policy of technical invests: the winery has been completely renovated and redesigned in order to provide the best oenological tools, with high performance and efficiency.
In order to follow this new quality vision, Pierre Jhean, has become the new director of the place and the winemaker who’s still in charge of the management of the society nowadays. This takes all its meaning by looking carefully the roots of this pure product of Burgundy. His technical skill has naturally impacted the evolution of the estate!