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Prieure Roch Vosne Romanee Clos Goillotte - Burgundy

Prieure Roch Vosne Romanee Clos Goillotte 2018 - Burgundy

Vintage: 2018 | Type: Reds | Producer: Domaine Prieure Roch
Region: France
Closure: Cork
Bottle size: 750ml

$2,250.00: as part of any six
$2,500.00: single bottle

Maximum buy quantity no greater than 1 bottles.

A rare & distinguished monopole that is fifty metres from La Tâche, the vineyard was  purchased from Domaine de la Romanée Conti in 1988 & Prieure Roch views this rare plot  of Grand Cru quality. The vineyard has a history dating to 1763 when a winery & large  mansion was built next to the garden vineyard for the Prince of Conti. The elevage is for 18  months in 100% new oak and less than 2000 bottles are produced each vintage. 

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Our notes

In the heart of the village of Vosne Romanée, Clos Goillote forms a triangle of 0.55 hectares in front of the former chais (winery) of the Prince of Conti which became, in 1820, the bourgeoise dwelling of La Goillotte. Reserved for household consumption, the wines and vinyard of Clos Goillotte were not recorded and classed during the constitution of the ‘appellation’ system in 1936, so with almost no exception, the wines of the Clos Glillotte were unavailable to anyone but the family until 1988 when the property was bought by Henry Frédéric Roch. The vignes are on average 45 years old.


Producers notes

The Domaine:
The origins of Domaine Prieure Roch can be traced to 1966 when Mlle Marey-Monge leased her family’s vines in Romanée Saint-Vivant to the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti – the option of ‘first refusal’ (should the holdings of the Marey-Monge estate come-up for sale) was exercised in 1988 when her heirs the Neyroud family finally sold to the Domaine. This purchase required funds beyond the reserves of the domaine so financing involved selling their vines in Echézeaux and a smaller amount in Grands Echézeaux, but retaining the use of the land on a renewable 30 year lease. The domaine also owned several plots of vines around Vosne; Henry Roch decided that he would buy these parcels himself.

Henry recounted that he found himself in an unusual position in 1988 – he now owned vines in his own right, but there were certain issues arising; first he had no premises – well, only a small cabotte in Vosne (Cape Canaveral!) – and second he had no clients! Then what should he call the domaine? Domaine Roch implied a little too much self-importance and the name already seemed well covered by other businesses in France. One day Henry happened to see a wooden case of Bordeaux with the name Château Prieuré-Lychine and he thought – why not? – Prieure Roch (the priory Roch) had a nice ring to it.

Parcels of vines were acquired here and there, some purchased, some ‘en fermage’ – premises were found in Nuits – a former garage was converted and is still quite visible as you drive through the centre of town, it’s large doors fashioned as giant oak barrels. More recently additional premises were found in Prémeaux – additional barrel cellars and a fantastic dining hall for the team. In contrast to the ostentation of the entrance to the premises in Nuits, in Prémeaux you need to look out only for the spray-painted arrow and number 6 on a gate to point you the ‘head office’!  


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