The Village

Going back to ancient times, it's name is taken, so it is said, from Pomona, goddess of fruits and gardens, whom the first inhabitants worshipped.  The village is squeezed in at the feet of the sloping vineyards, surrounding the curious square bell tower, as if modestly leaving more room for the vines, the real royalty of this place.Old roman houses, deep cellars, noble chateaux, wineries, all gl...

The Village

History

Jean Luc Joillot took over the family Domaine in 1981.  His father had died when Jean Luc was ten years old and it was his mother who courageously continued, concentrating at the time more on the nursery business than the vines. In 1983 the domaine was restructured following the purchase of a parcel of vines in the Pommard Premier Cru designated "Les Petits Epenots".  In 1986 a sharecrop...

History

Le Domaine Jean-Luc Joillot

There are no translations available. Pommard "Les Rugiens", Pommard Premier Cru "Les Petits Epenots", Beaune "Montée Rouge", Pommard Premier Cru "Les Charmots", Bourgogne "Pinot Noir" ... Découvrez toutes nos appellations, ainsi que les différents millésimes accompagnés de fiches techniques, de notes de dégustation et d'articles de presse ... Pour cela, cliquez sur les différents liens du...

Le Domaine Jean-Luc Joillot