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2020 Bruyere Renaud & Houillon Adeline, Ploussard en Aspis, Arbois Pupillin

Regular price $275
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2020 Bruyere Renaud & Houillon Adeline, Ploussard en Aspis, Arbois Pupillin

Regular price $275
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The Ploussard undergoes a carbonic maceration in tank, and the juice will remain with the skins to absorb ample color.

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Those who know and love Jura wine revere above most other names that of Pierre Overnoy. He almost singlehandedly altered the trajectory of the region's fame with his stunningly authentic, awe-inspiring tiny production that he held back until he felt each wine was perfectly ready to be drunk. Today, Emmanuel & Anne Houillon run the Maison Pierre Overnoy estate after several years under Pierre's tutelage, and have only served to further improve on his legacy. Another pupil of Overnoy was Adeline Houillon, Emmanuel's sister; along with Renaud Bruyère, a pupil of Stéphane Tissot, they created their own label with 4.5 hectares of low-yielding, old-vine Ploussard, Chardonnay and Savagnin. Following in the footsteps of Overnoy, their wines are also "natural", without chemicals, any unnatural fertilizers, and never any sulfur added. Their labels are much more clear than Overnoy's simple method, however, providing plenty of information as to the exact methods of production of each wine.

Bruyere Renaud & Houillon Adeline

The Ploussard undergoes a carbonic maceration in tank, and the juice will remain with the skins to absorb ample color. Chadonnay La Croix Rouge comes from a small vineyard planted to limestone & clay; it's aged in stainless steel, and topped up to prevent oxidation. Nouvelles-Viaduc is a white concocted of 70% Savagnin and 30% Chardonnay from the two vineyards in the cuvée's name. Also produced in a non-oxidative fashion, it's both hugely energetic and dense. Chardonnay Vieilles Vignes is from the oldest vines of the estate, low-yielding and intense. Tourillons comes from 50-year-old vines of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Savagnin planted on limestone, co-fermented. This is a more saline, minerally and energetic example of their style.

So says Courtney, "When visiting with Adeline and Renaud a few years ago, I realized the people are just as special as the wines. Humble, warm, and very knowledgable. They make wine in Jura, simply because it is their way of life. We were welcomed into their family home kitchen, opened a few bottles, and spoke about the wine, but truly just enjoyed each other's company as well."

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Bruyere Renaud & Houillon Adeline

Those who know and love Jura wine revere above most other names that of Pierre Overnoy. He almost singlehandedly altered the trajectory of the region's fame with his stunningly authentic, awe-inspiring tiny production that he held back until he felt each wine was perfectly ready to be drunk. Today, Emmanuel & Anne Houillon run the Maison Pierre Overnoy estate after several years under Pierre's tutelage, and have only served to further improve on his legacy. Another pupil of Overnoy was Adeline Houillon, Emmanuel's sister; along with Renaud Bruyère, a pupil of Stéphane Tissot, they created their own label with 4.5 hectares of low-yielding, old-vine Ploussard, Chardonnay and Savagnin. Following in the footsteps of Overnoy, their wines are also "natural", without chemicals, any unnatural fertilizers, and never any sulfur added. Their labels are much more clear than Overnoy's simple method, however, providing plenty of information as to the exact methods of production of each wine.

The Ploussard undergoes a carbonic maceration in tank, and the juice will remain with the skins to absorb ample color. Chadonnay La Croix Rouge comes from a small vineyard planted to limestone & clay; it's aged in stainless steel, and topped up to prevent oxidation. Nouvelles-Viaduc is a white concocted of 70% Savagnin and 30% Chardonnay from the two vineyards in the cuvée's name. Also produced in a non-oxidative fashion, it's both hugely energetic and dense. Chardonnay Vieilles Vignes is from the oldest vines of the estate, low-yielding and intense. Tourillons comes from 50-year-old vines of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Savagnin planted on limestone, co-fermented. This is a more saline, minerally and energetic example of their style.

So says Courtney, "When visiting with Adeline and Renaud a few years ago, I realized the people are just as special as the wines. Humble, warm, and very knowledgable. They make wine in Jura, simply because it is their way of life. We were welcomed into their family home kitchen, opened a few bottles, and spoke about the wine, but truly just enjoyed each other's company as well."

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