Fusion - 2018 - Vincent Marie - Magnum
A structured cuvée (start slicing the saucisson now!) with lots of fruit and always huge drinkability – this is some mineralesque JUS.
- 150 cl
- Original features
- Vin de France
- Degree of alcohol
- 14 %
- To drink from
- 2020 to 2025
A cuvée of Gamay, from 15 to 110-year-old vines, facing south, and situated in Volvic at 420 metres altitude, planted on a sandy feldspar terroir. From a parcel certified organic by ECOCERT and farmed in keeping with the fundamentals of biodynamics for the last 10 years. Grapes are harvested by hand using small crates. Vinification: whole bunches in two fiberglass vats. First vat: after treading to make room, whole bunches are macerated in the juice. Second vat: carbonic maceration. Next, the grapes are pressed and the two vats are blended, as are the free-run and press wines. Duration of maceration: 3 weeks. Maturation: 50% vats and 50% barrels for 8 months. ZERO additives from harvest to bottling, it's PUR nature.
Vincent Marie was a young man in Normandy with a passion for wine tasting until one day he discovered natural wine, and found himself beginning a new life. He participated in the creation of an annual natural wine fair in Caen, and over the years, the meetings he’d have there with winemakers such as Claude Courtois would eventually instil in him a desire to make wine himself. Vincent would...All wines
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