Joseph Roty

Top Line:

Powerful, dense fruit from very old vines make wines which live in the top-tier of Gevrey Chambertin. 


The Roty family dates its arrival in Gevrey-Chambertin to 1710.  They have some of the largest collection of old vines in all of Burgundy.  They almost entirely de-stem and are not generally shy about new oak.  The average vine age is 65 years old, across their vineyards, and there is a strong argument to be made there are VERY few estates with better fruit.

JT’s Take :

As with Guillon above, I am at a loss as to why people aren’t breaking down my door for Joseph Roty.  These are some of the best expressions of Gevrey-Chambertin, Full Stop.  In terms of ageing, these are a “how long are you willing to wait” situation.  Pass them onto your kids and they’ll thank you. 

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