Domaine Laroche epitomises Chablis, with impeccable quality and remarkable ownership of 100 hectares of vineyards, including 30 hectares of Premier and 6 hectares of Grand Crus.
Founded in 1850, there is still a dynamism which permeates everything they do. Michel Laroche merged with another family owned producer, Jeanjean, in 2009 and he remains actively involved in the business, along with his wife Gwenael.
As part of their aim to retain purity and minerality in the finished wine, Laroche was the first Burgundian producer to move to screwcap in 2002. In addition to their own vineyards, the domaine has developed long standing purchasing partnerships with 40 small growers.
The range is divided into 'Laroche', for the wines made from these partnerships and 'Domaine Laroche', for those from their own holdings.
The Laroche Petit Chablis and Chablis represent excellent value and are made in exactly the same way as the Domaine wines, with utmost care to maintain the lively, pure and minerally character that typifies good AC Chablis.