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Conventional & Sustainable

Maison J. Denuziere has its origins in 1876, when Joanny Paret began delivering Condrieu wines by wagonload to customers in the surrounding villages.  Vins Paret succeded and grew into a respected negociant firm, renamed Vins Denuziere by Joanny's son-in-law Pierre Denuziere.  After a sale in the early 2000's, the focus was changed from negociant work to wine production and towards becoming a full-fledged Domaine, with a focus on high-quality wines from select appellations in the northern Rhone. Today, their Condrieu and Cornas are domaine-produced, while the fruit for the Saint Joseph, Crozes, Hermitage and Cote Rotie are purchased from top-quality growers.

Today, the Domaine's own vineyards are sustainably-farmed as Denuziere moves its production further towards environmentally sound practices, and produces critically-acclaimed and compelling Northern Rhone wines.

 Terraces along the Cote Rotie

Terraces along the Cote Rotie

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The Wines

Blancs

Condrieu

Rouges

Cornas

Saint Joseph

Crozes Hermitage

Hermitage

Cote Rotie