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Difficult year 2016 in many vineyards in the North. This vineyard with 40-year-old vines on clay-limestone soils in the municipality of Molamboz, near Arbois has also been affected by downy mildew (in French mildiou): hence Catherine's choice to vinify Pinot Noir in white, in stainless steel. Bottled in June 2017. The carefully selected bunches of grapes...
When you go on holiday in Into the Wild mode and feel the need to immerse yourself in nature to find some inner peace, leave your phone at home, but bring a bottle of Arbois Poulsard Amphore with you to better get in tune with what surrounds you.
Red from pure trousseau grapes, with more shoulder and tannin than pinot noir due both to the grape variety and to a prolonged maceration of 3 weeks. Live wine with the presence of carbon dioxide deliberately left to give freshness and drink direct to a bottle that also plays on fruit and readiness.
From grapes from the village of Pupillin, sub-area of Arbois renowned for the vocation of the vineyards and the value of the wines that are produced here: 15 months of stay in 16 hl barrels. Wine characterized by a very slight oxidation, in line with the stylistic code of the territory, supported by the "genetic" acidity of the grape.