We always find that outsiders make pretty impressive wines in Burgundy, and Nicholas and Colleen Harbour are no exception. After leaving their job in the financial industry, this couple from the United States and Canada decided to settle in Savigny-lès-Beaune to pursue their dream; making wines.
This micro negociant, or ‘Garagistes’ if you like to name it, has a yield as low as 33 barrels for 11 cuvées in 2018. Ranging from Bourgogne Blanc to Charmes Chambertin, they all follow the minimal intervention principles, making some light-footed style wines that are airy and elegant. Since the Maison has established in 2013, the quality of the wines was seen improving continuously. Maison Harbour is definitely a name to look after.
50% of their wines are now exported to the United States. Given the extremely low yield, we are proud to secure an allocation and bringing their wines to Hong Kong with love.
The whites are great now, and even better in the future. The reds require a few years to develop or you are going to come back to us and say this is an expensive Beaujolais...