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This is not a private cellar of single bottles of Puffeney and Ganevat... (we wish!). However, what we do have the pleasure of offering today is several vintages of Vin Jaune that come directly from Domaine de Pecheur in the Jura.
Patricia and Christian Pecheur are located in the village of Darbonnay, and the domaine has been estate-bottling wines since 1976. Traditional in their winemaking, they do farm organically without the use of pesticides or herbicides, and always ferment with native yeast. Their Savagnins are typically aged for up to 2 years without topping up, and their Vin Jaune is aged sous-voile for at least the minimum 6 years and 3 months, usually 7 years before bottling. The also produce a Chateau-Chalon that is aged even longer!
Thanks to the folks at Rosenthal Wine Merchants, we're able to offer several vintages of the Pecheur Vin Jaune which came from their cellar in the Jura!
We also include a perfect sous-voile Savagnin from Berthet-Bondet, aged under voile for upwards of 3 years, and giving plenty of the oxidative notes that we yearn for from Vin Jaune, at a much lower price. If you plan to make Coq au Vin Jaune sometime this year (wouldn't it be nice to have a handful of morels?), this would be an essential wine to use for cooking and to drink with the dinner. If this is not in the stars, an aged piece of Comte cheese will pair nicely with this or any of the Vin Jaunes from today's offer!
Wines arrive and are available for delivery or pick up from 9/21
Here we have a Jura wine essential: an oxidative Savagnin in the tradition of a Vin Jaune. In this case, from the Berthet-Bondet estate in Chateau-Chalon, this Savagnin sees 3 years of aging sous-voile (compared to the 6+ years of a Vin Jaune), but it fully satisfies the craving, and at half the price we might add! Use some and then drink the rest for a most exquisite Coq au Vin Jaune dinner with mushrooms, chicken, and a cream and "vin jaune" sauce all simmering together. Or break out the aged Comte and experience the best wine and cheese pairing on Earth.... Ok ok.. that could be controversial, let's just say ONE of the best wine and cheese pairings on Earth.