Domaine Duroché

Domaine Duroché is a fifth-generation winery run by Pierre Duroché. It is located in Gevrey-Chambertin and covers an area of 8.25 hectares. The winery produces a range of Village, Premier Cru, and Grand Cru wines, including three Village wines, four Premier Crus (Champeaux, Cazetieres, Estournelles st-Jacques, and Lavaux st-Jacques), and four Grand Crus (Charmes Chambertin, Latricieres Chambertin, Chambertin Clos de Beze, and a small vineyard in Griotte Chambertin). The winery follows traditional winemaking practices. All the grapes are destemmed, except for the Griotte Chambertin, which is vinified as whole clusters. Only natural yeast is used during the fermentation process, which usually lasts for 10 to 12 days.

Between 2005 and 2008, Pierre made the wines with his father, Gilles. Since the 2005 vintage, Pierre has taken full control of the winemaking and vineyard management. The wines produced by Domaine Duroché have been gaining recognition by wine critics and enthusiasts alike as some of the best in their respective appellations.

In 2014, Pierre introduced a new special Cuvée called “Gevrey-Chambertin Lavaux St Jacques Vignes 23”. This wine is made exclusively from vines planted before 1923. Due to the unique setting of Chambertin, this plot is plowed by a horse.

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