Luc et Jérôme Choblet Vin Gris, Loire Valley, France
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Grolleau ("grow-yo") is a rare grape found in the Loire Valley - and even more unique is the pink-skinned version of the grape known as Grolleau Gris. Technically, this is a white wine, but it has the palest pink color after undergoing five hours of skin contact
A term typically used to distinguish a white wine that has been macerated or allowed to soak with its skins during fermentation. Also known as “orange wine,” “amber wine” or ramato style.
with the juice before fermentation. Jerome Choblet's Gris comes from the 200-acre appellation of Grand Lieu, a mineral-laden terroir
The combined natural aspects of a vineyard, such as climate, soil, sunlight, and water, that can have a major impact on the overall character and quality of a wine. While no direct English translation exists for this French term, it has long been adopted throughout the wine community.
of former seabeds near Lake Grandlieu producing exciting wine. Organic
Maintaining agricultural systems without the use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin, and without employment of chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics, or pesticides
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