Founded in 1720, the domaine of Changarnier extends over the communes of Meursault, Monthelie, Auxey-Duresses and Pommard. Since 2004, Claude and Antoine Changarnier have worked on developing the Domaine Changarnier, helped by Fabrice Groussin who, with his experience at Chassagne-Montrachet, is one of a new generation of vignerons that believe in a modern viticulture which respects the terroirs. Located at an altitude of 375 meters on the hilltop at Pommard, facing Les Vignots, the young vines of Les Vaumuriens produce a dense wine that is austere when young. It benefits from ageing for a few years to release its spicy notes.
Not yet, the 2015 received the following review from Decanter Magazine: "The Vaumuriens is structural and angular, with a nose of red and black fruits and Pommard spice, with some serious tannic grip and tart fruit on the finish." The 2019 vintage received this review from Inside Burgundy: "From a tiny plot of 0.06ha in the upper part of north-east facing Vaumuriens. Just enough fruit to make a single barrel (one year old wood) which shows without dominating. Deeper colour here, marl again, gives some pepper. Fruit builds really well on the second half of the palate. This wine has the lowest pH in the cellar, giving the fresh finish. Attractive clean aftertaste."