Laroche Wines

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A Chablis from Laroche

Laroche Wines is a French-based wine company. The Laroche family has been producing wine in Chablis since 1850, but the first vintage did not come until 1860. In 1950's and 1960's, the vineyards were hit hard by Phylloxera and spring frost, meaning there were vitrually no production at all. In the 2000s, the entire Laroche Wines Chablis range became fully enclosed by screw caps rather than corks, including the Chablis Grand Crus, becoming the first House in France to do so.[1][2]


Today Laroche owns four wineries:


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