Bruno Corneaux, a fourth generation winemaker from Burgundy created Domaine Divio in 2012 DOMAINE DIVIO Bruno Corneaux, a fourth generation winemaker from Burgundy created Domaine Divio in 2012 Pizza and Wine at Domaine Divio on Fridays DOMAINE DIVIO Elegant and welcoming tasting room DOMAINE DIVIO Wine tasting club event DOMAINE DIVIO Always smiling Steve, Sara and Becky make the tasting room experience warm and welcoming DOMAINE DIVIO Always smiling Steve, Sara and Becky make the tasting room experience warm and welcoming! Bruno Corneaux, the founder DOMAINE DIVIO Bruno Corneaux, the founder NEXT WINERY

Bruno Corneaux, a fourth generation winemaker from Burgundy created Domaine Divio in 2012 DOMAINE DIVIO Bruno Corneaux, a fourth generation winemaker from Burgundy created Domaine Divio in 2012 Pizza and Wine at Domaine Divio on Fridays DOMAINE DIVIO Elegant and welcoming tasting room DOMAINE DIVIO Wine tasting club event DOMAINE DIVIO Always smiling Steve, Sara and Becky make the tasting room experience warm and welcoming DOMAINE DIVIO Always smiling Steve, Sara and Becky make the tasting room experience warm and welcoming! Bruno Corneaux, the founder DOMAINE DIVIO Bruno Corneaux, the founder NEXT WINERY DOMAINE DIVIO COELHO ARMONEA

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As a fourth generation grape grower from Burgundy, Bruno knows the importance of caring for the land. If you nurture it, it will reward you.  He encourages natural growth through dry farming and organic practices. He also bans the use of any artificial chemicals, in order to allow the vines to help themselves by using biodynamic preparations and methods. Domaine Divio produces one of the best Pinot Noir in Willamette Valley. It’s complex and priced right.

Bruno applies the same respect and attention to his wines, with minimal intervention, no fining or filtration. Ultimately, our wine reflects the beauty of our land, with delicious fragrance and complexity that offers a graceful experience to the taster.

Bruno studied enology at Institut Jules Guyot, Dijon, France and received his Master’s Degree in Enology and Viticulture and met his wife, Isabella. He has been involved all over the world, including the Tahitian Islands as a winemaker, vineyard manager and consultant for operations ranging from 500 to 220,000 cases. While working for Domaine Drouhin in 1996, he discovered and fell in love with this part of Oregon.  Please visit Domaine Divio’s website for more selections.