A red wine from Jura, France made from Trousseau. 100% Trousseau From the Argot “guiguer” or to jump, this cuvée has been named “le Ginglet” because it is a wine of pleasure, one that can make one jump for excitement. Raised on red shale and gravelly ter
Philippe Bornard lives in the village of Pupillin near Arbois and the Swiss border. His vineyards were inherited from his father, who previously sold only to co-ops. It was Pierre Overnoy, another Arbois winemaker, who eventually convinced Philippe to begin to make his own wine, and now, with over 27 years of experience under his belt, he is working with nearly 6 hectares of 30-year old vines, and farms exclusively biodynamically (He will be officially certified from 2012 on). The grapes are grown at high altitudes, on limestone and clay soils, allowing a slow ripening. Typically wine begins a long, slow maceration in fiberglass, and is then moved to large older oak barrels for maturation, which lasts about one year. Wines are of two appellations: Côtes du Jura and Arbois-Pupillin, and reflect beautifully the terroir of the Jura. You’ll agree from the first sip, we’re sure.