What the Critics say
Founded in 1965, Maison Camille Giroud is known for its traditional, long-lived Burgundies. The winery was purchased in 2002 by an American group and David Croix was made director. Croix creates textured, terroir-driven wines that are a perfect blend of tradition and modern technology. Carel Voorhuis has since taken over from David Croix in October 2016 and similarly crafts aromatic, refined wines.