NV Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups Triple Zéro Rosé Pet Nat

Responsibly Farmed
Geeky

This is a fun bottle of bubbles is made from 95% Gamay & 5% Grolleau from 100+ year old vines in France’s Loire Valley. It is round and soft on the palate with aromas of strawberries and raspberries. A truly delicious and unique wine from Jacky Blot! Produced using certified organic farming practices.

Pét-nat wines are made via the méthode ancestrale, which incorporates letting the wine finish its fermentation in bottle – which in turn, traps small levels of CO2 and creates a pleasantly refreshing fizz. 

Sparkling
  • Tasting Notes strawberry tart, raspberries, cherry, dried herbs
  • Region France, Loire Valley
  • Volume 750mL
  • Alcohol Volume 12.50%

$39.00

9 in stock

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“Jacky’s wines, including his not-anymore Vouvray, are the perfect example: They’re bone-dry, less fruity than complex and austere. He believes sugar blurs chenin’s ability to transparently reveal its best qualities, which is why his winemaking is almost fanatically Burgundian, although he prefers to describe it as “the school of Montlouis.” He ferments all his whites in barrels. And rather than a cold, quick fermentation meant to highlight aromas, he borrows from Burgundy’s elite cadre, winemakers like Jean-François Coche (of Coche-Dury) and Jean-Marc Roulot (of Domaine Roulot): he exposes the grape must to oxygen before a long, slow fermentation and leaves the finished wine in steel tanks for months before bottling, which firms up the texture.” -Jon Bonné

  • CERTIFIED ORGANIC
  • SITE SPECIFIC CHENIN BLANC
  • OLD VINES – 50+ years old on average
  • LOW YIELDS, NO MALO, NO BATTONAGE
  • LEADER and PIONEER in LOIRE VALLEY

The future of Loire Valley Chenin Blanc is in single vineyard, dry, terroir-driven whites that challenge the greats of Burgundy for precision, length, complexity and ageability. Pioneers like Jacky Blot are currently making the wines of a lifetime. This has been literally 25 plus years in the making, ever since Jacky first purchased eight hectares of 50 to 75 year old vines in Montlouis in the late 1980s. Transforming and building this organically certified property began in 1988. The level of grower commitment to natural farming practices and non-interventionist vinification is easily the highest percentage of any Chenin appellation in the Loire Valley. Every site is allowed to sing, without the sugar, without the battonage, no malo, using low levels of SO2, and minimal filtration. Jacky Blot is without question one of the inspirational leaders of this growing movement.