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Interestingly from the same argilo-calcaire soil vineyard as the Ingenu from Ratapoil. The grapes were half hand-destemmed and half left in whole bunches during maceration, layered up in tank to make what is referred to as a gateau. The idea here was to extract a small amount of tannin whilst retaining as much of the pure fruit profile as possible. It's certainly benefited from a little longer in bottle and is now drinking wonderfully.

Country
France / Jura
Colour
Red
Grape
Pinot Noir
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2017

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, it was clear after working with 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.

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Domaine De La Loue Cuvee Clemence 2017
Domaine De La Loue Cuvee Clemence 2017

Cuvee Clemence, 2017
Domaine de la Loue

£ 29.50
75cl
Red
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Interestingly from the same argilo-calcaire soil vineyard as the Ingenu from Ratapoil. The grapes were half hand-destemmed and half left in whole bunches during maceration, layered up in tank to make what is referred to as a gateau. The idea here was to extract a small amount of tannin whilst retaining as much of the pure fruit profile as possible. It's certainly benefited from a little longer in bottle and is now drinking wonderfully.

Country
France / Jura
Colour
Red
Grape
Pinot Noir
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2017

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, it was clear after working with 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.

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