Log in Become a Member

Domaine Louis Jadot

France Burgundy

Winery Wines
The important wine trading and wine producer house with its headquarters in Beaune, Burgundy, was founded in 1859 by Louis Jadot. The last direct descendant of Louis-Alain Jadot died in 1968. At the f...

Source of Supply Sign up as reference source List of sources where you can buy wines of Domaine Louis Jadot

Note:

For USA no trader are known.

Tasted Wines 6 Wines View All

For a classification of this winery we currently lack sufficient current samples
Domaine Louis Jadot, Beaune is not a Premium Member of wein.plus yet

Set a new bookmark for the wines of Domaine Louis Jadot. The currently tasted wines then appear on your personal Wine Reviews homepage.

0.75 L
1990 Santenay AOC Clos de Malte
Translate to English Editor note: Herber, etwas unterholziger, nussiger und leicht pilziger Duft mit Aromen roter und ein wenig schwar...
0.75 L
2013 Bourgogne AOC Pinot Noir Couvent des Jacobins
Translate to English Editor note: Klarer Duft nach roten Beeren mit zart floralen und pflanzlichen Nuancen sowie einem Hauch schwarzer...
0.75 L
2014 Bourgogne AOC Chardonnay Couvent des Jacobins
Translate to English Editor note: Zart nussiger und vegetabiler, klarer Duft mit an Kernobst und ein wenig Zitrusfrüchte erinnernden N...
0.75 L
2004 Bourgogne AOC Pinot Noir Couvent des Jacobins
Editor note: Classical, slightly spicy nose, red berries, forest mushrooms and some wilted leaves. Elegant and fi...
0.75 L
2005 Beaujolais-Villages AOC
Editor note: Youthful nose, red berries and light lactic notes. Youthful and quite fruity on the palate, more red...
0.75 L
1993 Beaune Premier cru AOC
Editor note: Firm nose, light mineral notes, cherries, partly dried red berries and blueberries, delicate floral...

The important wine trading and wine producer house with its headquarters in Beaune, Burgundy, was founded in 1859 by Louis Jadot. The last direct descendant of Louis-Alain Jadot died in 1968. At the family's request, André Gagey took over the position of General Director, a position he had held since 1962. In 1985, the company came into the possession of the American concern Kobrand. Today, the Louis Jadot estate comprises around 50 hectares of vineyards in the very best areas of the Côte d'Or, as well as 40 hectares of vineyards in Beaujolais, acquired in the 1980s. These include, for example, shares of Grand Cru and Premier Cru sites in the communes or appellations of Aloxe-Corton, Chambolle-Musigny, Gevrey-Chambertin, Montrachet, Morey-Saint-Denis, Pommard and Vougeot.

The ownership of the company also includes the two domains Gagey and Duc de Magenta. As a matter of principle, the wines are not aged in so that the terroir can fully develop in the taste of the wine. The top products are labelled under the own domain Louis Jadot. The Corton-Charlemagne, for example, is considered to be the best white wine at all, which is pressed under the famous name of this Grand Cru site. However, excellent wines are also produced from bought-in grapes. In 1998, a new winery near Beaune was put into operation.

Domaine Louis Jadot Region: France Burgundy

EVENTS NEAR YOU