Cellier Saint Benoit Ploussard 'Chambines', Jura, France 2021

Cellier Saint Benoit Ploussard &

Cellier Saint Benoit Ploussard 'Chambines', Jura, France 2021

Benjamin Benoit is a rising star in a region where tradition runs deep. After being mentored by the likes of Amélie Berthaut, Nicolas Faure, and Charles Lachaux (that is as good as references get in Burgundy these days,) Benjamin had to begin his solo career earlier than planned. His father passed unexpectedly in 2019, leaving Benjamin with his family vineyards and the year's harvest to finish. His first vintage was beautiful and with the next couple of vintages hitting the market, it is no secret that Benjamin is pure talent and it won't take long before everyone catches word of it. 

Grape: Ploussard 

Soil: faults have exposed an unusually high proportion (60%) of older marls from the Triassic. These marls are ideally suited to the cultivation of Ploussard, which is why three quarters of the vineyards planted to the variety in the Jura are located in Pupillin and neighboring Arbois

Viticulture: Lutte Raissonee 

Vinification: The Ploussards are destemmed by hand using a traditional crible, a plank with holes over which the bunches are gently rubbed in a circular motion. Aged for six months in tank

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Wine Type
red wine
lutte raisonnée
jura arbois

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