Lots of charm, yellow citrus fruits and white flowers, and a clean and saline finish for this Clé à molette, so named because it is, naturally, made up of 100% of the local grape variety called molette (hence the label), harvested at Domaine Trichon in Lhuis (Bugey), this wine is obtained biodynamically on clay-limestone soils. The grapes are pressed directly; the must ferments and matures in vats for nine months.
“There is no need for anything,” says Alice Bouvot, winemaker at the Octavin estate, “just a grape that feels good in its skin. » Everything is said in favor of natural wine, it's a perfect description. Created in 2005, the Alice estate is located in Arbois, in this wine-growing Jura often described as the most organic vineyard in France. The habit of making – among other things – oxidative wines is a good preparation for nature, this type of wine does not allow any chemical additives and especially no sulphite. It's a secret of this magnificent region. Originally spread over two hectares, the estate, run entirely biodynamically (Demeter) since 2010, has expanded through the gradual acquisition of plots and now covers seven hectares.
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