Aged in 10 to 20yo 228ltr barrels, stored on the first floor of their house with windows opened to the elements throughout the year, it was bottled after almost 7 years sous voile. This is an elegant, forward and 'user-friendly' style of Vin Jaune, with excellent fruit that is not covered up by the oxidative notes. You can drink the wines with great pleasure in their youth, but they’ll age too and develop extra complexity – an amazing value for money. Harmony of nuts, salt, and orchard fruit. For drinking now to 2035.
Vin Jaune, Jura's answer to sherry, this however is not a fortified wine. Rather they take late harvest Savagnin and ferment them slowly under voile (veil), a layer of yeast, that protects the wine from full on oxidation. The voile sometimes takes up to three years to develop fully.