Jura wines - 6 references for sale online

Vinogourmets welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to offer you a wide range of 6 Jura wines. Sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays close attention to the selection of Jura wines in order to offer you the best quality / price ratio.

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DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET STRAW WINE 2015 37,5 CL

DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET STRAW WINE 2015

The blend of Chardonnay, Savagnin and Poulsard grape varieties can vary from year to year depending on the yield and health status of each grape variety. Likewise, the duration of drying - on a rack and in an attic - and the date of pressing may vary depending on the initial richness of the grape. A period of 3 months is the most common. After three years of aging in barrels, the wine obtains its structure and is based on a balance between 14 to 15% alcohol and 90 to 100 grams of residual sugar per liter. The wine then develops a rich aromatic palette mainly on dried and jammy fruits: grapes, apricot, quince ... 

 

 

 

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CÔTES DU JURA UNDER SAIL DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2018 75CL

CÔTES DU JURA UNDER SAIL DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2018

Grape  Chradonnay / Savagnin

These wines are aged for two years in 228L oak barrels, the containers never being filled. (Under veil)
Through evaporation, the level drops in the barrel and a veil of yeast forms on the surface of the wine which protects it from direct oxidation and gives it very specific aromas.


Chantal and Jean Berthet-Bondet moved to Château-Chalon in 1984 and the first harvests took place in 1985.
Hélène, the eldest daughter, converted to viticulture from 2013 with the help of her father, who handed over to her in 2018 when she became manager of the estate.

 

 

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CHÂTEAU CHALON DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2013 62 CL

CHATEAU CHALON DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2013

The Savagnin harvest takes place in October, two weeks after the Chardonnay harvest.

The grapes are harvested manually, crushed and pressed. The juice is decanted and then fermented. At the end of these fermentations, the wine is drawn off and put into oak barrels for a period of at least six years and three months. These 228 liter barrels are stored in cellars characterized by their dry atmosphere and their temperature differences between winter and summer. During these six years the barrels are not completed. We say that they are not "ouille", that is to say that we do not add wine to compensate for evaporation as is done every week in Burgundy.

It then develops on the surface of the wine a veil of specific yeasts which will work in slow motion in the darkness of the cellars and give this wine its own character which will make it one of the premier crus of France.

The only grape variety used for the production of Château-Chalon wine, as for all yellow wines, is Savagnin, whose old synonyms are, among others, naturé or fromentin.

Its origin is not well known. From a botanical point of view, it is close to Klevener d'Heiligenstein grown in Alsace and belongs to the Traminer group. Also the legends reporting a Hungarian or Spanish origin have never been taken seriously. Some texts suggest that Savagnin was already cultivated in the XNUMXth century.

It is characterized by an upright habit, an embossed and downy leaf on its underside, small, thick-skinned grains that are resistant to rot and allow late ripening.

 

 

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€56,00
RIBS OF THE JURA RED TRIO DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2016 75 CL

CÔTES DU JURA RED TRIO DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2016



Made from 45% of trousseau, 45% of poulsard and 10% of pinot noir, this wine is characterized by its lightness and complex aromas between red fruits and animal character. It can be kept for 5 years and must be served at 14 ° on cold cuts, smoked meats, grilled meats or dishes combining salty and sweet (white meat and cooked fruits for example).

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CHÂTEAU CHALON DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2014 62CL

CHATEAU CHALON DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2014

The Savagnin harvest takes place in October, two weeks after the Chardonnay harvest.

The grapes are harvested manually, crushed and pressed. The juice is decanted and then fermented. At the end of these fermentations, the wine is drawn off and put into oak barrels for a period of at least six years and three months. These 228 liter barrels are stored in cellars characterized by their dry atmosphere and their temperature differences between winter and summer. During these six years the barrels are not completed. We say that they are not "ouille", that is to say that we do not add wine to compensate for evaporation as is done every week in Burgundy.

It then develops on the surface of the wine a veil of specific yeasts which will work in slow motion in the darkness of the cellars and give this wine its own character which will make it one of the premier crus of France.

The only grape variety used for the production of Château-Chalon wine, as for all yellow wines, is Savagnin, whose old synonyms are, among others, naturé or fromentin.

Its origin is not well known. From a botanical point of view, it is close to Klevener d'Heiligenstein grown in Alsace and belongs to the Traminer group. Also the legends reporting a Hungarian or Spanish origin have never been taken seriously. Some texts suggest that Savagnin was already cultivated in the XNUMXth century.

It is characterized by an upright habit, an embossed and downy leaf on its underside, small, thick-skinned grains that are resistant to rot and allow late ripening.

 

 

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CÔTES DU JURA LA POIRIERE DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2019 75CL

CÔTES DU JURA LA POIRIERE DOMAINE BERTHET BONDET 2019

Grape  Chradonnay 100%

This cuvée, Côtes du Jura Blancs, comes from a single grape variety. The 30-year-old vines age on an iridescent marl soil. Vinification is traditionally carried out by topping up. The wine is certified Organic Agriculture.


Chantal and Jean Berthet-Bondet moved to Château-Chalon in 1984 and the first harvests took place in 1985.
Hélène, the eldest daughter, converted to viticulture from 2013 with the help of her father, who handed over to her in 2018 when she became manager of the estate.

 

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