The Jura wine region is small in size but large in its remarkable diversity. It covers 80
kilometres between Burgundy and Switzerland, in the eastern France.
The Arbois AOC is the oldest and largest of the Jura's four geographic AOCs. In particular, it was France's first AOC (created in 1937).
Its name originates in the Celtic words "ar" and "bois" that would mean "fertile land".
Reception of the manual harvest followed by a total maceration of 12 days in thermos-regulated stainless steel tanks. Then, regularly throughout the fermentation, incorporating some pumping and pigeage. At the moment of pressing, the press and drop juices of each cuvee are assembled and withdrawn for malolactic fermentation on fine lees. Ageing, for 2-3 months, in stainless steel tanks allowing to keep the crisp fruit of the vines.
Very fine, exhales aromas of small red fruits with woody and spicy notes.
Typical of the grape variety. It reveals notes of spices and ripe fruit, with an elegant and balanced structure.