PRODUCER: Anne & Jean-Francois Ganevat
REGION: Jura, France
GRAPE VARIETIES: Gamay grapes (from Morgon and Brouilly, Château de Grand Pré), Enfariné from Ganevat’s vineyards in the Jura, Trousseau
APPELLATION: Vin de France
SOILS: Granite, marl, limestone
FARMING: Organic certified. The vines are 40 year old, 14 year old for the Enfariné francs de pied. Biodynamic methodology (aeration of the soil, herbal infusions, natural composts, cover crops, planting in accordance with the lunar calendar) used to stimulate the natural immune system of the vine.
WINEMAKING: Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts. Semi carbonic fermentation with fresh temperature (12/14o) in tronconic vats. Bottled without fining, filtration nor added sulphites.
TASTING NOTES: Black cherry fruits and smoky aromas with fresh mountain herbs. Silky and smooth on the plate with a medium length and mint aftertaste
FOOD PAIRING STYLE: Creamy pasta dishes, chicken and salmon. Fresh & Juicy