From the famous South facing slope vineyard, Côte de Feule. It is a cuvée from from a terroir of very deep Triassic red marl.Manual harvest, manual destemming, semi-carbonic maceration for around 20 days including 2 days of cold pre-fermentation maceration. Aged in casks for 10 months. No sulphur. This is an ethereal and quite acidic with some fine tannins towards the end
Notes on the producer
Domaine de la Borde is a tiny Jura estate in the appellation of Arbois-Pupillin that makes excellent, high-character wines. Winemaker Julien Mareschel might not have much space to work with, but he certainly makes the most of it. Three and a half of the domaine's five hectares are dedicated to growing white varieties (Chardonnay and Savagnin), with the remaining hectare and a half going to red (Trousseau, Pinot Noir and Ploussard). Half of the vines are more than 30 years old, and the other half were planted between 1985 and 1990, and the estate is entirely organic/biodynamic.
A unique terroir, strict hand-harvesting of the grapes, and a meticulous vinification process ensure the wines have a distinct sense of place—not to mention the kind of nuance and head-turning character that adventurous palates are always searching for.