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Domaine de la Loue Le Blanc

$56.00

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Vintage: 2020
Region: Jura, France
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Chardonnay

Domaine de la Loue Le Blanc is a natural white wine made from Chardonnay grown in Arbois. A fresh white with hints of citrus and orchard fruits, wildflowers, and intense minerality. Grapes are grown naturally without chemicals. Harvesting is by hand and fermentation takes place in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts. The fermenting wine is racked into old barrels to complete fermentation, and then racked again into stainless steel and rested for a month. Bottling takes place without filtration and no addition of sulfur dioxide.

Song: Fearless by Pink Floyd

Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Lemon, Orchard Fruit, Yellow Peach

BODY

Medium-bodied

ACIDITY

Electric (High)

OAK

Neutral Oak

SWEETNESS

Dry

ALCOHOL

12-13%

TANNIN

None

SERVING TEMP

Cool Whites and Orange (53°–57°)

SULFUR

Zero Sulfur Added

VEGAN

Vegan

IMPORTER

Terrestrial Wine Co.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Domaine de la Loue Le Blanc

Domaine de la Loue Le Blanc is a natural white wine made from Chardonnay grown in Arbois. A fresh white with hints of citrus and orchard fruits, wildflowers, and intense minerality. Grapes are grown naturally without chemicals. Harvesting is by hand and fermentation takes place in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts. The fermenting wine is racked into old barrels to complete fermentation, and then racked again into stainless steel and rested for a month. Bottling takes place without filtration and no addition of sulfur dioxide.

About Domaine de la Loue

Catherine Hannoun is based in Port Lesney, a small commune about 15 minutes north of Arbois which exudes the tranquility many associate with the hills of Jura. Having worked for many years in film, including on Mondovino (a film bringing some of the shadier practices of the global wine economy to light), Catherine settled in Jura in 2008. It was clear after working alongside Emmanuel Houillon that this was the area for her, and in 2009 bought a small parcel of vines and her current cellar. She now has 3.2ha of vineyards of Chardonnay, Savagnin, Trousseau, and Pinot Noir around Marnoz and Arbois and produces wines that honestly portray the grape and terroir in every sip.