Patrice Béguet, born in the Jura, gave up Paris city life and returned to the Jura countryside with his wife, Caroline Hughes. They purchased heritage vineyards on great terroir, and set up a small winery under their house in Mesnay adopting sustainable viticulture practices and winemaking techniques. They own 4.5 hectares of vineyard in the AOC Arbois appellation at over 300 metres above sea level, including one of the most coveted slopes of Arbois, Les Corvées, and a parcel on the famed Côte de Feule vineyards in Pupillin amongst others. The vines are typically 40 years old.
This wine brings together a blend of 80% Ploussard, 15% Trousseau, and 5% Savagnin sourced from the renowned Côte de Feule vineyard in Pupillin. Lively wild berries, earthy notes, and a touch of damp forest aromas come together with juicy acidity. As you taste it, the palate unfolds with textural and savoury characteristics, leading to a finish highlighted by hints of white pepper, clove, and a spicy edge.
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