Domaine Daniel Dugois
- Savagnin Sous Voile 2012
- France > Jura
- White, Dry, Medium-Bodied, Earthy, Rich
- An oxidative Savagnin can be remarkably memorable. Pair wisely.
- Bresse chicken and creamy morels,
- Kalamata-crusted halibut
- and roasted potatoes with bacon, onions and mmm... melted Morbier.
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, developing, caramel, green apple, nutty
Mouth: Medium Bodied, dry, high acidity, intense, long finish, pear, hazelnut, brioche
- Founded in 1973 by Daniel Dugois, at first selling his grapes to others and later, with his wife Monique, producing his own wines. The domaine is now in the charge of their son Philippe. Farmed lutte raisonée, the grapes for their sous voile Savagnin are grown in red marl and limestone and are naturally fermented. They mature under a layer of yeast for over 3 years before bottling.
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