Bourdy Chloé Côtes du Jura Trousseau
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Region: Jura, France
Grape varieties: Trousseau
Bourdy Chloé Côtes du Jura Trousseau is one of Jean Bourdy’s daughter Laura’s set of sulfur-free wines. Very limited in quantity!
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About Bourdy Chloé Côtes du Jura Trousseau
Bourdy Chloé Côtes du Jura Trousseau is one of Jean Bourdy’s daughter Laura’s set of sulfur-free wines. This was whole bunch macerated with stems in stainless for 10 days, with daily pigeage. It remained in stainless for 6 months until bottling, with a light filtration. It was named Chloé for her eldest daughter, whose artwork also graces the label. Pouring a lightly hazy crimson hue, this lighter trousseau is tight and grippy with wild raspberry, cherry, pomegranate on a slight, crunchy, textural palate. Tannins are fine and grippy, hugging this to a gently spiced, saline finish. There’s a lovely harmony throughout this that lingers with a humming stony buzz. Take with a chill.
About Domaine Bourdy
Caves Jean Bourdy is one of the oldest domaines in the Jura. Created in the late 1400s, the Domaine is now run by brothers Jean-Phillipe and Jean-François, the 15th generation of winemakers at this estate. The Bourdys grow their vines on 10 hectares of land, including a half hectare in Chateau Chalon AOC. Caves Jean Bourdy makes wine the old-fashioned way, using old barrels—some as much as 80 years old—for fermentation and aging of the wines. The Domaine is known for its extensive library of old wines, with reds dating back to 1926 and whites dating back to 1911 (1865 for Chateau Chalon). The Domaine was certified biodynamic in 2006, and the combination of some of the best terroir in the Jura and careful and patient winemaking results in wines that thoroughly express the land on which it is grown. Caves Jean Bourdy produces a full range of wines of the Jura—from red blends of Poulsard, Pinot Noir, and Trousseau, whites made of Chardonnay or Savagnin, and of course, the very special Chateau Chalon, which is aged for more than 6 years as a film of flor (yeast) protects the wine, imbuing it with one of the most complex noses that can be found in the wine world