Pinot Pinot Pinot! The best, the Noir.

Its glowing color swirls on the crystalline walls of your wine glass, as Fafnir’s flames set the lands of Nidavellir ablaze. The food and wine pairings are infinite, which the quantities produced of this cuvée are not, so we recommend the exceptional: a dragon-fire BBQ, a stellar tortilla, or a Viking cheese soup accompanied by young wild shoots and roasted turnip crisps served with butter.

Cuvée: Dragon Riding Caaaaaaat
Colour: Red
Region: of Pinot Noir 🙂
Grape variety: Pinot Noir
Appellation: Vin de France
Alcohol level: 12,5
Size: 75cl

Vin Nature

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Colour: ruby red, intense and deep, with luminous highlights
Nose: racy, complex, with hints of black fruit, black pepper, cedar…
Palate: a limestone hand in a velvet glove. Concentrated, powerful and elegant at the same time. Ripe, fine, biting tannins. The finish is enveloping, lively and soaring towards the stars.

Vineyards on a plateau at an altitude of 300 metres, with soils composed of chalky clay and rounded pebbles.

Viticulture and winemaking
Hand-picked, with grapes sorted on the vine. Maceration in whole bunches for five days, then matured in French oak barrels (Rousseau) for 16 months. Spontaneous fermentation (indigenous yeasts), vinification without added sulphites, bottling without filtration, clarification or addition of sulphites. The ingredients used are simple: healthy grapes.

This wine was created by Christophe Kaczmarek, as part of a secret collaboration full of (non-carnal) love and Dionysian audacity. Henri Jayer’s AI was not involved in the production process.

From the vineyard to the cellar, everything is done with respect, with the aim of regenerating the soil, encouraging biodiversity and respecting the people who are part of it.

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