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Autour des vins de Savoie – Lot n° 2

Blanc & Rouge | Altesse, Jacquère, Mondeuse | 0,75 L & 1,5 L | Savoie

In the wine-producing region of Savoie that had long been overlooked, the 1990s and 2000s marked an evolution initiated by winegrowers who proposed a new approach in keeping with the character of the terroirs and the personality of the grape varieties of this Alpine vineyard. The Combe de Savoie or the Côte d'Arve, among others, boast hillsides where Jacquère, Altesse, Bergeron (= Roussanne) or the rare Gringet for whites, Mondeuse for the reds - all endemic or traditional grape varieties - flourish. Far from the restricted and "international" grape varieties that have become dominant in many vineyards throughout the world, the specificity of the Savoie gives its wines an inimitable signature that is confirmed by the often original approach of these winemakers.

VDP Allobroges Genesis 2018 L'Aitonnement (Magnum)

2018 | White | Jacquère | 1,5 L | VDP Allobroges | Savoie

Very old Jacquère vines (over 80 years old) on a south-facing slope, vinified in whole clusters and matured in barrels: a remarkably precise and delicate white, with hints of citrus and minerals, at once lively, saline and elegant.

Vin de France La Grande Journée Macération 2012 Jean-Yves Péron

2012 | White | Altesse | 0,75 L | Vin de France | Savoie

The wine is made from a plot of Altesse - a typical Savoyard white grape variety - planted on steep south-facing terraces, with a 6-week maceration in whole bunches: a great white wine bursting with character.

Savoie Mondeuse 2016 Dominique Belluard

2016 | Red | Mondeuse | 0,75 L | Savoie

Mondeuse from a hillside (450m altitude) on clay-limestone soil, very natural vinification and ageing in earthenware amphora: a red with nuances of fruit and fine spices, with a silky texture that gives elegance.

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