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Thiérry Allemand

Thiérry Allemand

For decades, Cornas’ reputation was based on the wines of the great traditionalists, Auguste Clape and Noël Verset. Today, this reputation is even stronger thanks to the brilliant work of Thierry Allemand.
Franck Balthazar

Franck Balthazar

As most of his generation in Cornas have embraced modern methods, Franck Balthazar has remained true to the traditional ideas championed by his legendary father and grandfather. Today, working in part with vines from Noel Verset, Franck is making some of the most expressive, and classically rendered, wines Cornas has to offer.
Domaine Barge

Domaine Barge

When the site is right, and the winemaker knows what he or she is doing, single vineyard wines from Côte Rôtie can be magical. One of our favorite domaines for getting it right is that of the Barge family, whose wines today are second to none as expression of both site and tradition.
Domaine Champet

Domaine Champet

If one were to search for today’s most purely traditional Côte Rôtie estate—the equivalent of Ch. Rayas or Henri Bonneau in Châteauneuf—it would certainly be Champet. And the fact, that little here has changed over the past fifty years, makes this timeless domaine all the more magical.
Jean-Louis Chave

Jean-Louis Chave

Wine growers in the Northern Rhône since 1491, the Chave family has emerged in the past half century as one of the preeminent growers not only of Hermitage and St. Joseph, but of the world.
Auguste Clape

Auguste Clape

Cornas is one of the world’s few blue-chip addresses we still associate with traditional winemaking. For this, we can thank Auguste Clape and his unwavering commitment to Cornas tradition.
Pierre Gonon

Pierre Gonon

With Bernard Gripa and Jean-Louis Chave, Gonon is one of the last remaining old-school St. Joseph growers based in the original appellation around Tournon, Mauves and St-Jean-de-Muzols. And the brother’s unwavering adherence to the old ways, as well as the fact that they work Trollat’s old vineyard, is why they are St. Joseph’s champions of traditionalism today.
Jaboulet Aîné

Jaboulet Aîné

Forty years ago, Paul Jaboulet Aîné was the great house of the Rhône Valley. Jaboulet’s most famous wine, then and now, is the legendary Hermitage La Chapelle, made from fruit from their own vines.
Jean-Paul et Corinne Jamet

Jean-Paul et Corinne Jamet

Always blended from a diversity of terroirs, Jamet’s Côte Rôtie is consistently one of France’s great wines, and a quintessential example of Côte Rôtie’s magic.
Domaine Jasmin

Domaine Jasmin

Supremely elegant, Jasmin’s Côte Rôtie is the result of a philosophy handed down through four generations. And until it launched a tiny luxury Côte Rôtie cuvée called “Olea” in 2015, Jasmin was one of the very few domaines to make only one Côte Rôtie—a blend of fruit from the domaine’s eight lieux-dits.
Robert Michel Cornas

Robert Michel Cornas

Robert Michel succeeded Joseph Michel in 1975, and for the next three decades—until his retirement following the 2006 vintage—he was the very definition of an old-school Cornas vigneron, the last of ten generations of tough men working impossibly steep sites for the reward of the aromas and flavors that only Syrah grown here can express.
Domaine Rostaing

Domaine Rostaing

Domaine Rostaing’s vines represent Côte Rôtie's best sites, as legacies of two immortal growers, Marius Gentaz and Albert Dervieux. His wines honor these giants with their gracefulness and typicity.

France

Thierry Allemand (Northern Rhone)
Franck Balthazar (Northern Rhone)
Domaine Barge (Northern Rhone)
Champet (Northern Rhone)
Jean-Louis Chave (Northern Rhone)
Clape (Northern Rhone)
Pierre Gonon (Northern Rhone)
Jaboulet (Northern Rhone)
Jean-Paul Jamet (Northern Rhone)
Jasmin (Northern Rhone)
Robert Michel (Northern Rhone)
Rostaing (Northern Rhone)

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