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Vin Nu

Regional Products in Boussac-Bourg
  • For 6000 years, man has accompanied a vine, the vine, Vitis vinifera in greater Europe... In France, it occupies 3% of the agricultural area and consumes 20% of the tonnage of pesticides. Despite this, every year she is still sick. In organic farming, the use of heavy metals (copper and sulphur) against disease is far from satisfactory for the environment, people and the taste of wine.

    Since the 19th century, the phylloxera aphid and the mildew, powdery mildew and black rot fungi have been...
    For 6000 years, man has accompanied a vine, the vine, Vitis vinifera in greater Europe... In France, it occupies 3% of the agricultural area and consumes 20% of the tonnage of pesticides. Despite this, every year she is still sick. In organic farming, the use of heavy metals (copper and sulphur) against disease is far from satisfactory for the environment, people and the taste of wine.

    Since the 19th century, the phylloxera aphid and the mildew, powdery mildew and black rot fungi have been destroying European vines. Other Vitaceae (in the Americas or in Asia) are resistant: vitis rupestris, riparia, labrusca, rotundifolia, amurensis...

    By crossing them with our European vines, hybrid vines are born, naturally resistant, producing fruits with wonderful tastes. I deliberately chose to accompany a flourishing vine, which does not suffer, resistant to diseases and without any treatment.

    I deliberately want wines that are healthy, lively, not boring, which make you happy without making you crazy, quirky and surprising! My grape juices work naturally, protected by CO2 from fermentation and regulated temperatures, with no added sulfites. This dozen grape varieties offers multiple and exciting winemaking possibilities: overripe harvests with preservation of acidity, skin macerations, raisining, direct pressing or strong extractions...

    I wish you as much pleasure in the glass as I have in the vineyard!

    Geoffrey Estienne, spring 2022
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