The domaine was founded in 1864 in the heart of Pouilly in the Mâconnais region of southern Burgundy, when Joseph Jacquet began with just 2 hectares of vines. His daughter Marie married Joseph Corsin in 1901. He was a winegrower with 2.2 hectares under vine in Davayé in the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region. Their son Joseph continued the family domaine, and was one of the first to label his wines as Pouilly-Fuissé and Mâcon Blanc. Joseph's son André followed him, assisted by his two sons, Jean-Jacques and Gilles, but in 2019 Jean-Jacques retired and his son Jérémy Corsin, the sixth generation of the founder joined the business. 13.6 hectares are under vine in the three appellations of Mâcon Villages, Saint Véran and Pouilly-Fuissé, planted with Chardonnay on clay-limestone rich soils. They have some old vineyards, the grapes for their Saint Véran “Vieilles Vignes” comes from vines with an average of 40 years, and their Pouilly Fuissé “Vieilles Vignes” comes from 55 year old vines in Fuissé and Solutré. Corsin have established an excellent reputation for their wines which are harmoniously structured with rich aromas and an ample sophisticated palate.