|Article number:||Tissot Arbois "DD" 18|
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The Tissot family has been producing wine in the Jura since 1962, with Stéphane and Bénédicte taking the reins from Stéphane's parents, André and Mireille. They have since acquired a formidable reputation as being among the region's top winemakers, farming biodynamically since 2004 and striving to express the character of the Jura terroir above all else. Domaine Stéphane et Bénédicte Tissot is in Arbois, a commune located within Jura, about 30 miles west of Switzerland. It's an insular area that specializes in unique renditions of both classic and little-known grapes. This beguiling blend of pinot noir, poulsard, and trousseau ferments and ages in 100-year-old, 2,000L foudre and sees no sulfite additions during the winemaking process. It is lively and fresh, yet exhibits a great backbone of structure with ample minerality. Biodynamically grown, low-intervention, vegan.