Since arriving on the Burgundy scene in 2000, the limestone-sculpted wines of the brothers Jean-Philippe and Jean-Guillaume Bret (La Soufrandière) have amassed the kind of critical acclaim that one normally associates with the finest growers of the Cote-d’Or. The Domaine receives a two-star rating by France’s most respected wine guide, La Revue du vin de France’s Le Guide des meilleurs vins de France. This feat puts them equal second in the Mâcon pecking order behind Guffens-Heynen (three stars) and in the same quality category as many of the Côte de Beaune’s most sought-after addresses. London’s bastion of good taste, Berry Bros. & Rudd, looks after the wines in the UK. Leaders in the Macon, the brothers are considered rising stars of Burgundy.