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Primary Notes: Blackcurrant Raspberry, Cherry Liquorice Slate
Tertiary Notes: Soil
Body: Medium -
Alcohol (%): 13.5
Origin & Awards
Origin: Jura, France
Maker: Cellier Saint Benoit
Grape: Pinot Noir / Pinot Nero
Fermentation: Natural Slight Wood
Decanting: <30 minutes
Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed between 14–16 degrees
Asian Food Pairing: Sukiyaki, Peking duck, mushroom biryani
Western Food Pairing: Roast turkey, bacon and portobello mushroom burger
Cellier Saint Benoit Courbes Raies
Cellier Saint Benoit Courbes Raies is one you'll want to drink earlier for its freshness. Streaks of sour red cherry, raspberries and just a tinge of slate fills the aromatic perfume. Bright and clean entry on the light to medium-bodied palate. Juicy Raspberry, cherry and blackcurrant flavours with slate mineral, earthy soil and liquorice root nuances. The tannin and acidic kick on the finish lifts the wine.
100% Pinot Noir. The fruit for this wine comes from Cellier Saint Benoit's 0.5 hectare of Pinot Noir amongst the famous plots located on the slopes of Pupillin in the Jura region. The vineyard is managed by Benjamin Benoit using sustainable agricultural practices.
Harvest by hand. Vinification with whole bunches to reveal maximum aromas. The wine ages in French oak barrels.
Ageing potential: Drink between 2022–2025.