This is a spicy and slightly rich quaffer from Fabien Jouves who works several plots of certified (Demeter/Biodyvin) biodynamic vines between the towns of Quercy and Cahors in the southern French region of Occitanie.
Tasting Notes: For all you Scorcese lovers out there, here is a super fun Jurançon Noir (Malbec and Merlot) that's ready to quench your thirst... for wine! (not violence silly...) Absolutely delicious, with hints of black pepper spice and chocolate. A red wine mezcal negroni?
Vinification: 100% Jurançon Noir hand-harvested from 50 year-old vines grown in calcareous soil. The grapes undergo a 7-day maceration followed by full spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks and barrels with only the help of native yeasts. The juice ages for 6 months in cement tanks and barrels before bottling. Unfined, unfiltered, with (sometimes) a touch (0-30mg/L) of SO2 depending on the vintage.