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Low Sulphite Vegan
LE FIEF DU BREIL SEVRE ET MAINE SUR LIE Jo Landron - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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One Line Description LE FIEF DU BREIL SEVRE ET MAINE SUR LIE Jo Ladron 2015, biodynamic wine, 100% Melon de Bourgogne, elegant, shimmering mineral character.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Loire, France
Producer Jo Landron
Vintage 2015
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Melon de Bourgogne
Alcohol 12.5% abv
Terroir Siliceous clay soil. Quartz-rich orthogneiss bedrock
Total Sulphur Level Below 50 mg/litre
Maturation Aged in glass-tiled concrete vats 30 months’ ageing on fine lees
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Production Detail Use of exclusively hand-harvested grapes. Direct pressing of whole bunches in a pneumatic press. No racking. Cold stabilised without aditives. Alcoholic fermentation for two to three weeks with natural yeasts. Biodynamic, low sulphite, long ageing on the
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Unfiltered


LE FIEF DU BREIL SEVRE ET MAINE SUR LIE Jo Landron 2015, biodynamic wine, 100% Melon de Bourgogne, elegant, shimmering mineral character. It is a superb accompaniment to oysters or Dover sole with a butter sauce. Lemon, almond, stone and truffle aromas and stony anise-tinged flavours on the palate.

Jo Landron, a graduate of the École d’Agriculture in Briacé, which counts a good number of the leading winemakers of Nantais amongst its alumni, has been ensconced at Domaine de la Louvetrie in La Haye-Fouassière for more than twenty years. His wines, in truth like their master, speak very clearly; these are fine, minerally efforts, sometimes rich, always interesting and, in the case of the top cuvées, wines worthy of cellaring. Unlike their master the wines do not sport a luxuriant ‘tash.

Domaine de la Louvetrie was established by Pierre Landron in 1945, and it was not until the 1980s that his son, who goes by the name of Jo, joined him, having first finished his studies. In 1990 Pierre handed everything over to Jo; he now farms about 36 hectares at Domaine de la Louvetrie, although he also tends two other domaines, Chateau de la Carizière and Les Grand Houx, bringing the total up to about 48 hectares. It was under Jo’s direction that the vineyards were converted to 100% organic viticulture in 1999, gaining full certification from Ecocert in 2002. In 2008 he took the leap to full biodynamic viticulture, gaining Biodyvin certification. The use of chemical fungicides and other such methods were totally abolished, fertilisation is with biodynamic compost, and the vineyards are ploughed to reduce competition from weeds. The vines see leaf-thinning to aid drying and discourage rot, and Atlantic breezes also help with this task. The vines, which range in age from 15 years up to about 70 years, are planted at a density of 7000 vines/ha and pruned to eight buds to bring yields below 50 hl/ha, although in the vineyards with a more favourable exposure a green harvest may also be employed, bring yields here below 40 hl/ha. Of course, such numbers can at times be academic; in frost-bitten vintages such as 2008, yields have been much lower.

The fruit is harvested by hand before transport to the cuverie where it undergoes a pneumatic pressing. The must is then allowed to settle and ferment naturally in glass-lined temperature-controlled cement vats, before resting on its lees for between six and twelve months, after which it is bottled. Jo, like many growers in the region, likes to express the particularity of the multi-faceted terroirs. One such site-specific wine is Amphibolite Nature, which might be considered to be Landron’s entry-level cuvée, being a lively little number intended for earlier drinking. The wine is named for the aforementioned amphibole, a local stone of metamorphic origin with a beautiful green hue.

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