Cotes du Jura
2019 was Jacob's first harvest of his newly reclaimed vines in Augea, a village near Revermont in the southern part of the Jura. The parcel is 3.5 hectares total, with 0.60 ha planted to Poulsard.
Predominantly "triassic side" of the Chazaux parcel, and some grapes from the "liassic side"
After harvest, the grapes are 80% destemmed, 20% whole cluster. They are left to settle for one night, then racked once, and put into 500L or 600L demi-muids, with a few 228L barrels
ElevageThe wine is aged for 10 to 11 months. The wine is bottled unfiltered and with no added SO2
Harvest typeHand Harvested