- The Roty family has been winemakers in Gevery since 1710, now in the hands of the 11th generation - Philippe Roty
- Philippe's father, Joseph, built up the domaine's quality and reputation with his skills and painstaking approach
- In addition, the family has a firm philosophy of using very old vines for their wines; vines are usually 60+ years old and their preference for late picking results in superb concentration
- Roty produces one of the finest range of wines from Marssanay, and the best of all is from Ouzeloy - a classic presentation of ripe and harmonious structure wine with plenty of old-vine substance - certainly worth a try!
Stephen Tanzer: 91+
"Good full red. Wild aromas of dried plum, game, licorice and leather. Sweet, juicy and complex, with more grip and life than the village wines and premier crus at this address. Still a bit imploded in terms of texture but already quite savory. Finishes with a suggestion of cocoa powder. This wine's sappiness suggests it will reward four or five years of cellaring." (Mar 2010)