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6-pack: Fumey Chatelain Arbois Rouge No Sins Tou Tsefs 2021

$420.00 $330.00 excl. GST

Who: Fumey-Chatelain
Where: Jura, France
What: Blend

This humble blend of Ploussard (50%) and Pinot Noir (50%) is somewhat of the perfect chilled red partner to the sweltering Singaporean heat. Care is shown through hand-harvesting, and vinfied naturally by parcel. Ageing occurs in stainless steel to retain a brightness to the fruit, with a small amount of sulphur bottling. The wine is bottled without fining or filtration.

The name comes from the French dialect “Nous sommes tous chefs“, which means “We’re all in charge, now let’s get on with it and drink”

Fumey-Chatelain Arbois Rouge No Sin Tou Tsefs 2021 × 6

Who: Fumey-Chatelain
Where: Jura, France
What: Blend

This humble blend of Ploussard (50%) and Pinot Noir (50%) is somewhat of the perfect chilled red partner to the sweltering Singaporean heat. Care is shown through hand-harvesting, and vinfied naturally by parcel. Ageing occurs in stainless steel to retain a brightness to the fruit, with a small amount of sulphur bottling. The wine is bottled without fining or filtration.

The name comes from the French dialect “Nous sommes tous chefs“, which means “We’re all in charge, now let’s get on with it and drink”

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Established by Adeline and Raphaël in 1986, Fumey-Chatelain has now become a two-generation family venture, with son Marin Fumey joining them full-time since 2015. The domaine has grown from a mere half a hectare in the 1980s to now encompass 17 hectares. The estate has been farmed entirely organic since 2017, receiving certification in 2020, along with a number of biodynamic practices in use.

Marin now leads the family affair, bringing with him a combination of study in viticulture and oenology in Beaune, training alongside his parents as well a diverse array of winemaking experience in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Whilst it coincidences with an increased attention to the Jura in general, it’s no coincidence that quality at the domaine has increased since Marin has returned full time.

Winemaking is approached with a hands-off philosophy. Fermentation occurs through native yeasts, and bottling occurs without fining or filtration. Their aim is simple: to express variety, place and style with only a gentle guiding hand. Despite the loyal following they have amassed, Raphaël has no plans to rest on his laurels: “With each passing year we try harder to produce better wine. Wines that are more vibrant and alive.”

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Established by Adeline and Raphaël in 1986, Fumey-Chatelain has now become a two-generation family venture, with son Marin Fumey joining them full-time since 2015. The domaine has grown from a mere half a hectare in the 1980s to now encompass 17 hectares. The estate has been farmed entirely organic since 2017, receiving certification in 2020, along with a number of biodynamic practices in use.

Marin now leads the family affair, bringing with him a combination of study in viticulture and oenology in Beaune, training alongside his parents as well a diverse array of winemaking experience in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Whilst it coincidences with an increased attention to the Jura in general, it’s no coincidence that quality at the domaine has increased since Marin has returned full time.

Winemaking is approached with a hands-off philosophy. Fermentation occurs through native yeasts, and bottling occurs without fining or filtration. Their aim is simple: to express variety, place and style with only a gentle guiding hand. Despite the loyal following they have amassed, Raphaël has no plans to rest on his laurels: “With each passing year we try harder to produce better wine. Wines that are more vibrant and alive.”

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Fumey-Chatelain Arbois Rouge No Sin Tou Tsefs 2021

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Fumey-Chatelain Arbois Rouge No Sin Tou Tsefs 2021 × 6

Who: Fumey-Chatelain
Where: Jura, France
What: Blend

This humble blend of Ploussard (50%) and Pinot Noir (50%) is somewhat of the perfect chilled red partner to the sweltering Singaporean heat. Care is shown through hand-harvesting, and vinfied naturally by parcel. Ageing occurs in stainless steel to retain a brightness to the fruit, with a small amount of sulphur bottling. The wine is bottled without fining or filtration.

The name comes from the French dialect “Nous sommes tous chefs“, which means “We’re all in charge, now let’s get on with it and drink”

+ Read More

Established by Adeline and Raphaël in 1986, Fumey-Chatelain has now become a two-generation family venture, with son Marin Fumey joining them full-time since 2015. The domaine has grown from a mere half a hectare in the 1980s to now encompass 17 hectares. The estate has been farmed entirely organic since 2017, receiving certification in 2020, along with a number of biodynamic practices in use.

Marin now leads the family affair, bringing with him a combination of study in viticulture and oenology in Beaune, training alongside his parents as well a diverse array of winemaking experience in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Whilst it coincidences with an increased attention to the Jura in general, it’s no coincidence that quality at the domaine has increased since Marin has returned full time.

Winemaking is approached with a hands-off philosophy. Fermentation occurs through native yeasts, and bottling occurs without fining or filtration. Their aim is simple: to express variety, place and style with only a gentle guiding hand. Despite the loyal following they have amassed, Raphaël has no plans to rest on his laurels: “With each passing year we try harder to produce better wine. Wines that are more vibrant and alive.”

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