June 15, 1994 Pierre Ramonet Leaves Legacy in Burgundy One of Burgundy's most celebrated winemakers, Pierre Ramonet of Chassagne-Montrachet, died earlier this year. He was 88. Affectionately known in the region as "Père Ramonet," he created, virtually from scratch, an estate that today covers 55 acres in top Côte de Beaune vineyards and is valued at $13 million.
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