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Vines Chardonnay ( %)
Philosophy Biodynamic Wines

Color: Intense golden yellow.
Smell: The nose has notes of yellow pulp fruit, apple and citrus, with strong mineral notes.
Taste: In the mouth it has a soft and creamy attack, persistent, with a savory and mineral finish that expresses typicality.
Food pairing: Excellent with fish and shellfish dishes, fish or white meat soups and medium-aged cheeses.

Soil: Clayey-calcareous.
Surface: 2.8 ha.
Breeding system: Guyot.
Density of plants per hectare: 7000.
Average age of the vineyard: 50 years.
Average production per ha: 21 hl.
Vinification: Pressing with non-destemmed bunches, spontaneous fermentation in 228-liter oak barrels (15% new).
Maturation: In the same oak barrels at 228 l for 12 months.
Total sulfur dioxide: 25 mg/l.
Bottles produced: 8000.

Domaine Tissot

The history of the Domaine Tissot begins with André and Mireille, who, in 1962, decided to start a wine production in Jura, exactly in Montigny-les-Arsures, a few steps from Arbois, with the aim of producing wines with respect and in the development of the area. The 1990s saw an even more radical conversion with his son Stéphane Tissot and his wife Bénédicte, which aimed to eliminate the use of chemistry as much as possible. The result is 35 hectares of vines, cultivated in biodynamics since 2004, Demeter certified, located among the most qualitative terroirs of the Jura or Curon, La Mailloche, Les Bruyères and Château-Chalon. It is therefore a production that requires a lot of manpower and hard and constant work throughout the year. The particular conditions of this area lead to the production of wines of a certain honesty, elegance and delicacy. Following the same fil rouge also in the cellar, a non-interventionist philosophy is followed: use of only indigenous yeasts, no filtration, little use of sulfur dioxide and separate vinification, up to 36 different cuvées. All this leads to many different wines: from the "Crémant du Jura" to the "Macvin du Jura", passing through the various "Vins Jaunes" and "Vin de Paille", all wines bearing a great personality and dignity.

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