Anne & Jean-Francois Ganevat 2016 "De Toute Beauté", France
Anne & Jean-Francois Ganevat "De Toute Beauté VdF Rouge
changes its composition slightly each vintage.
• 2016 & 2018 vintage: 50% Gamay from Fleurie, Syrah from Côte Rôtie, Mondeuse from Savoie, Pinot Noir d'Alsace
What will you get next year?
What's the difference between wines marked as SAS Anne & Jean-François Ganevat, and wines marked Domaine Ganevat?
After consecutive vintages of losing large portions of his harvest, Jean-François was forced to innovate to make more wine. In partnership with his sister Anne, he went to friends in Alsace, Beaujolais, and Savoie to source more fruit. Anne and Jean-François even went so far as to purchase vines in the Beaujolais. Each Vin de France cuvée is a blend of estate fruit from the Jura and purchased (or estate) fruit from another region, thus allowing Jean-François to apply his savoir-faire in winemaking with indigenous grape varieties from the Jura to create a new and unique line of wines. All of the vineyards contributing to this project are farmed organically.
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