The Domaine, founded in the early 1960's, is now run by Bénédicte et Stéphane Tissot. The Domaine has now grown to 45HA in Arbois and Côtes du Jura; all of which is worked to Demeter certified Biodynamic principles - what a work load, eh? Not sort on vision Bénédicte & Stéphane realise the enormous nature of their task and work alongside more than 15 full time employees. That vision is also the driving force to the domaines uniqueness, when Stéphane's career saw him working in Brown Brothers in Oz during the 1990's, he realised that the yeast fermenting this wine thousands of miles away from his home was the same packet of yeast his Father was using in Jura. Cometh the hour, cometh the husband and wife team; Stéphane arrived back to Jura as the region turned its back on super fruity international styles of Chardonnay and began to look for some substance in it's past to take them forward. The cool family cellars of Domaine Tissot, in the Montigny-les-Arsureswhich, allow for slow fermentation are fitted with large, old oak casks, many from Chassin of Rully, an experimental wooden fermentation vat from Stockinger of Austria, and five clay amphorae. These factors allow for a range of peculiar styles to be produced, all with as little interference from the winemaker as possible!
Benedicte & Stephane Tissot Cotes du Jura Pinot Noir En Barberon 2019
“We’re not in Kansas anymore!”, chuckled the Pinot Noir grapes as they hung out ripening in the Jura. For ‘Kansas’ read Burgundy and you’ll see what they mean – this is no Burgundian Pinot… cranberry, pomegranate and the wildest strawberry you’ve ever met. Structured but somehow in a funky, off-kilter almost painterly way. A great example of the seriousness of the winery but with a definite lean to the free-wheeling, un-fettered style of the region.
Fermented in full bunches, because Stephane does not find a way to destem the Pinot Noir grapes without breaking the grapes; he wants the fermentation of the full, uncrushed grapes, so he uses full clusters. This wine is also matured in barriques.
Explore More:2019 | Benedicte & Stephane Tissot | Duty Paid | Europe | France | Jura | Pinot Noir | Red | Still | Wine
- Reference #:
- 13 ABV
- Bottles per Case
- 6 bottles
- Pinot Noir
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Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly.
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A shipping confirmation email will be sent when your order has been processed and shipped. You will be sent a text with a delivery time slot and a consignment number along with instructions on how to amend this if required.
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