Revue de presse Domaine Duroché

« Il y a plus de philosophie et de sagesse dans une bouteille de vin que dans tous les livres »

Louis Pasteur

Steen Ohman
« …quality is high overall … »

Neal Martin
«… this new "kids on the scene."… » « …Pierre Duroché's profile has risen dramatically in recent months… »

Tim Atkin
«… Pierre Duroché is arguably the best young winemaker in Burgundy …»


Robert Parker
Selected from the 30000+ tasting notes published by our reviewers during the year, these were the most exciing new wine releases from 2015, based on absolute quality, singularity and hedonisitic/intellectual appeal. In no particuliar order, these wine all represent the pinnacles of greatness while spanning a broad range of countries, regions, grapes and styles : 2013 Domaine Duroché Chamebrtin Clos de Bèze Grand Cru

World of fine Wine
« …a reference… »

Tim Atkin
top 25 producers in Burgundy in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015


The 1969 Gevrey-Chambertin Lavaux Saint-Jacques, made by Pierre Duroché’s grandfather, is the sort of timeless wine one runs into only every so soften. Beautifully burnished by the passage of time, with the lovely patina of age, the 1969 nevertheless retains striking freshness for a wine that is nearly 50 years young. The pipe tobacco, dried cherry, game and crushed flower nuances are wonderfully perfumed in this delicate, gracious Burgundy. I am absolutely struck by the sheer sweetness, purity and finesse of the Lavaux. Then again, those are common attributes of the finest 1969s

Burgundy fans will note the older spelling of Lavaux Saint-Jacques with an ‘x.’ According to Pierre Duroché, the family changed the wine name to Lavaut Saint-Jacques in the 1980s at the request of the INAO. Duroché’s 1969 Lavaux Saint-Jacques is a fabulous wine by any measure. What a treat it is to taste this from the family’s cellar. 94/Drink 2018-2023

“Domaine Duroché is in the top 5 up-and-coming producer in Burgundy”


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