history of Domaine Laroche started in Chablis in
1850, and has now expanded to include holdings in
the south of France, South Africa, and Chile. This
growth has not caused them to lose their focus, however,
on the terroir-driven, sustainably-produced style
upon which their reputation has been built.
Fruit is sourced from the cooler Limoux region of
the Languedoc. After fermentation, the wine spent six
months aging in stainless steel tanks. Bottling was
accomplished with minimum filtration to preserve the
natural character of this 100% Pinot Noir.
in color, the wine shows classic Pinot aromas of
ripe and pulpy cherries. The juicy mouthfeel
combined with supple, velvety, well-integrated tannins
make for an enjoyable accompaniment to the “Strawberry
Yogurt Bread” from our Wines
by Jennifer Cookbook.