Quentin and Vincent Joussier

Domaine De L'Eveche, Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise 2022

Red
$22
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Deep ruby colored, ripened red Berries on the nose and moist forest scents, round and fleshy body lead by red and black currant, cranberry with a great tannic structure and a lingering finish. A stunning vintage! Vegan wine: using only minerals (diatomaceous earth) for finning. Natural fermentation. Only sold by Celerier's Cellar in the USA.

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12.50%
35 years old
Certified HVE scheduled for 2021. Pruning Guyot single done by hand, Sarment (twig) are chipped into organic nutriment for the soil. Mechanical plowing on 1 row out of 2. No weedkiller. Disbudding, leaf removal and trimming by hand. Mechanical and Hand harvest. Sustainable agriculture.
Sorting, destemming and vating by gravity. Separation of musts in different stainless steel vats to segment each parcel to keep individual unique qualities. Dry ice pre fermentation for 5 days then alcoholic fermentation while altering few pumping over and gentle treading. After 2-3 weeks, once the alcoholic fermentation is done, the juice is put in stainless steel tank for 10 months in order to achieve a complete malolactic fermentation. Before bottle, blend of the best parcels. Earth filtration and finning with diatomeus earth (veggan).The wine was bottled in August 2018.
Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir
1,100 cases
Burgundy
Similar to 2019 and 2020, Winter 2021/22 was warm and did not allow the plant to fully rest nor the soil to replenish entirely its water reserve. April being warm and dry, maturity happened early, exposing the flowers to potential frostbite hazards. Fortunately, it did not happen, and Summer came in, very dry. A vintage marked by drought. Not a single rain from June, until the exceptionally early Harvest, started on August 22nd, finished end of August (not seen before). A fantastic and unique vintage, branded with high concentration, very small yeast, and maximum quality.
Cétes Chalonnaise, Burgundy, France
Clay and limestone at 250 meters heights
2022

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