Julien Barrot
His signature, his cru

In his quest to reveal the best of the terroir, this cuvée is the one which captures the most the essence of the estate and Julien Barrot’s philosophy as a winegrower.

A subtle blend of century-old Grenache vines, Mourvèdre, Syrah and Cinsault from the estate’s finest terroirs.

A unique, silky and opulent wine that clearly expresses its distinctive qualities. It also shows great class thank to its deep colour, floral bouquet, freshness, cocoa flavours and delicate aftertaste.

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63% Grenache
from a plot at the junction of “Palestor” and “Bois Dauphin” districts and one at the junction of “Grand Pierre”, “Rayas” and “Pointu” districts as well as “Cabrières”, “Boursan” and “Pied Long” blocks.

13% Mourvedre
from “Les Mascaronnes” and “Boursan” plots.

11% Syrah
from “Le Parc” and “Cabrières” plots.

7% Syrah
from “Les Bourguignons” plot.

5% Cinsault
from “Pierre à feu” plots.

1% Others


Rigorous bud pruning.
The picking is entirely by hand, with sorting in the vineyard and again in the cellar.

Wine-making and Aging

Gravity-flow underground winery for gentle handling.
Wine-making in tulip-shaped concrete tanks. Destemming of underripe stalks. The wine stays on the skins for over 4 weeks. Gentle extractions.

Aging in tulip-shaped concrete tanks, old oak casks and 600-liter barrels for 20 months. The wine is not filtered.


“It shows wonderful harmony, showcasing delicate raspberries and cherries on the nose. Full-bodied, supple and warm yet silky and so easy to drink, with plenty of length and a touch of chocolate on the finish. “ Joe Czerwinski for the Wine Advocate – August 2019

 “It sports a vibrant purple/ruby color as well as a fresh, racy bouquet of violets, blackberries, cracked pepper and black cherries. It’s medium to full-bodied, and has, again, wonderful purity, and a great finish. This is a feminine, elegant, perfumed vintage for this cuvee.” Jeb Dunnuck – August 2019

Our vineyard
You cannot make a great wine without a great terroir

A family-owned estate with fewer than 15 hectares of vines, Domaine La Barroche nevertheless features a variety of terroirs in the northern and north-eastern part of the appellation, reflecting the best in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The variety of soils, diverse grape varieties, and hundred year old vines make Domaine la Barroche stand out.

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Our expertise
Refined winemaking through the generations

Our family's winemaking expertise has been handed down by several generations. We are strongly committed to making the best possible wines and are deeply rooted in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Our aim is to strive for excellence.

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