The star domain of the Givry appellation, the Joblot domain stands out with the pureness of its fruits: wines with fullness and charm, made by Juliette Joblot. The style of wines is based on elegance, fruitiness, fleshiness and texture. A quality that is accomplished through rigour and high standards: the density of plantation is very high (11,000 vine plants/ha), low yields, de-stemming, natural yeasts. The date of harvest is not decided through the levels of sugar, but through the acidic balance of the grapes, which avoids over maturing and gives the wine a fruity freshness. The same attention is given for all of the wines, whether they are village or premiers crus. When it comes to cellaring, although the proportion of new wood is quite high, it always produces good results.The domain counts nearly 14 hectares, most of which is planted with Pinot Noir. The range has eight wines, all of them Givry appellations.
About the cuvée
Cuvée Pied de Chaume from Domaine Joblot is a wine made from rather stony soil and limestone marl. Juliette Joblot has put this cuvée at the top of the Côte Chalonnaise by working with precision, with measured yields and by working the soil. The red Pied de Chaume is a balanced, charming wine, with toasted and fruity notes.
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