LVT 2017 r 2008 wh Archetype of the grower who is outside the loop: Jean-Michel tries to be organic at every turn - vineyard and cellar. Hence very low sulphur use, and as a follower of Jules Chauvet from the Beaujolais, ferments some of his wines with carbonic maceration. When on the button, the wines carry excellent fruit; they benefit from decanting. They are expensive, but full of interest. These come from mainly southern sector sources, so there is an intrinsic elegance about them. The 2013 Coteaux de Tupin is STGT wine, costing €75. The Vieilles Vignes en Coteau has been made, and is very good, in 2015 - the first vintage since another very good 2011. From 2015 there is also a small cuvée from the mica-schist soils of Verenay in the northern sector, the name to be decided. Jean-Michel also grows organic apricots. He used to make a good Condrieu which ceased after 2008 when the vineyard could no longer be borrowed. His son Romain, 20 years in November 2017, has done wine studies at Belleville.
Jean-Michel, son Romain 1 ancienne route de Semons 69420 Tupin et Semons
Tel: +33(0)474 56 62 66
Countries exported to:1) USA 2) Norway 3) Denmark 4) Singapore - before 1) USA 2) Norway (Andy Douglas, Vectura) 3) Denmark 4) Japan 5) Hong Kong/Singapore (La Cabane Avan
Percentage Exported: 60% (up from 45% mid-200s)
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