The history dates back from the 17th century :
In 1932, Maurice Roche, passionate about vines, took over the operation of the family vineyard. In 1963, Marcel Roche gradually increased the vineyard surface area by investing in 74 extra acres and he focused on the plots of the Cairanne AOC. In 2009, Romain Roche took over the operation and created Domaine Roche.
Both modern by its age and traditional due to its heritage, Domaine Roche respects the family values based on love for the vineyard and passion for the wine. Working on the land has always been done in the respect of the environment, in order to produce quality wines and to ensure that these actions continue in the long-term. After going to school in Beaune, Romain decided to fly to Australia and then to the US, in Napa Valley, to improve his wine making skills. Back in France, he finished his studies and graduated in oenology.
After a few work experiences in Medoc and Provence, Romain finally came back home in 2009 to take over the family business.