28 Settembre 2021
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Yavol 2017 Carlito Charles Degand

code: B349 - Charles Degand "Carlito" - Jura , Red Wine
Winery: Charles Degand "Carlito"

Viticulture: natural! Made as it once was!

Region: France - Jura

Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Poulsard, Trousseau, Savagnin

Alcohol: 11% vol

Volume: 0,75l

Wine making: spontaneous fermentation; the grapes are pressed together and then macerated on the skins for about six weeks

Aging: in old wooden barrels; no addition of sulphites, no filtered or clarified

Serve at: 12-16° C

Food matches: for a special evening!

About him: here is the Yavol, a blend of all the authorized Jura vines, Chardonnay, Savagnin, Pinot Noir, Trousseau and Ploussard collected from a very old parcel of vines (70 years!) in which the varieties are co-planted (this old vineyard has vines planted randomly) which means that there may be Pinot Noir vines planted next to a Savagnin vine. The result is a delicious wine that has an interesting texture derived from the combination of red and white grapes and a complex and compelling flavor obtained by the interaction of the different grape varieties. And, with only 11% alcohol, it can be enjoyed at any time of the day, including breakfast! A fascinating and revisited trip to the Jura!!!
€ 44,90
Tax 22% including
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