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Domaine de Saint Pierre (Organic)

Region: Jura

White Wine
2017 Arbois, Chardonnay, Les Brulées (6 x 750ml)
2018 Arbois, Chardonnay, Chapon (6 x 750ml)
2018 Arbois, Melon à Queue Rouge, Les Dalles en Amphore (6 x 750ml)
2017 Arbois, Savagnin, Autrement (6 x 750ml)

Red Wine
2017 Le Dos d'Chat, P'tit Côte (6 x 750ml)
2016 Le Dos d'Chat, Trousseau (6 x 750ml)
2018 Arbois, Ploussard (6 x 750ml)
2018 Arbois, Poulsard, Petit Curoulet (6 x 750ml)
2017 Arbois, Pinot Noir, Le Rouge (6 x 750ml)
2018 Arbois, Pinot Noir, Les Corvées (6 x 750ml)

Fabrice Dodane studied wine-making in Beaune as a young man. He went on to work at the cooperative in Pupillin for a few years before landing a job with Domaine de Saint Pierre as winemaker & manager in 1989. In 2011, he was able to purchase the estate due to the untimely death of the owner and has since added more vineyards to the mix, currently farming 7.5 hectares in the Arbois and Côtes du Jura appellations. Having begun the organic transition process in 2002, the domaine's vineyards were certified by Ecocert beginning in 2008.

Beginning in 2012, he has honed his wine-making style considerably eschewing the use of sulfur except when absolutely necessary. All wines are fermented using only indigenous yeasts in either stainless steel tanks (red) or 400-600L oak puncheons (white). Whites are aged in either the traditional sous voile (oxidative) or ouillé (topped off or Burgundian) methods. Because of the minimal use of sulfur in the wine-making, the wines generally go through the malo-lactic fermentation.

We began tasting Fabrice's wines thanks to mutual restaurant friends in Beaune and became hooked immediately. His wines had rapidly become darlings of the natural wine scene in Paris, New York and Japan because they possess a unique balance between easy drinkability and clear transparency of site and soil and it didn't take long for us to see why.

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