Remi Jobard Bourgogne 2021

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Chardonnay | Burgundy | France | White Wine | Domaine Remi Jobard | 2021 | 0,75 L | 13 %
About
Remi Jobard Bourgogne Blanc is a dry white wine, crafted exclusively from Chardonnay grapes, sourced from the renowned Burgundy region of France. This wine reflects the meticulous vineyard practices and winemaking expertise of Remi Jobard, known for producing wines that capture the elegance and complexity of Burgundy's terroir. The Bourgogne Blanc designation indicates a high-quality, entry-level Burgundy wine that offers a taste of the region's prestigious winemaking traditions.
Producer
Since the first hand-made vinification in 1992, Rémi Jobard, son of Charles Jobard and nephew of Franço Jobard, has been producing an impressive selection of wines in the Mersaut appellation. Until 1996, when Remi's father went on a well-deserved retirement, both generations worked side by side. As a result of purposeful work, Remy Jobar achieved the purity of the scent. But he is not one of those winemakers who, in search of the elegance aspect of Chardonney, "throw the baby out of the bath with the water." An important element of his technique is squeezing: the harvested grapes are pressed overnight to gradually achieve a pressure of 2 bar. Then - vinification for 12 months and aging in a barrel, and then another 6 months in a vat. In the production process, approximately 20% of young wood barrels are used. Remy is possibly the only winemaker in Burgundy to prefer the Austrian coopers Stockinger casks, using wood from the Ibstal valley (about 50 km from Vienna). They also use tall and narrow wooden containers called foudres from Stockinger. Connoisseurs are sure that Stockinger barrels are the "culprits" of the elegance and lasting aftertaste of wines. In the process of vinification, Jobar first of all separates the grapes from the ridges and then matures the wine in barrels (30% new). Champs Fulliot wine is considered the more refined of the two Monthélie. Volnay-Santenots is relatively light, but has a very clean and unexpectedly persistent flavor.
Tasting notes

Remi Jobard Bourgogne Blanc reveal a vibrant bouquet of green apple, pear, and citrus, complemented by subtle notes of white flowers and a hint of minerality. On the palate, it offers a crisp acidity and a medium-bodied texture, with flavors of lemon zest, peach, and a touch of toasted almond, leading to a clean and refreshing finish. This Chardonnay is celebrated for its balance, freshness, and expressive fruit profile, making it an inviting and enjoyable wine.

Pairing

Remi Jobard Bourgogne Blanc pairs beautifully with a variety of dishes, such as grilled seafood, roast chicken, or creamy risotto, where its acidity and fruitiness enhance the flavors and richness of the food. It also complements soft cheeses and light salads, providing a refreshing contrast and elevating the overall dining experience with its crisp and vibrant character.

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Domaine Remi Jobard
Kopš savas pirmās paša veiktās vinifikācijas 1992. gadā Remī Žobārs (Rémi Jobard), Šarla Žobāra dēls un Fransuā Žobāra brāļadēls, ražo iespaidīgu apelācijas Mersault vīnu klāstu. Līdz 1996. gadam, kad Remī tēvs devās pelnītā atpūtā, abas paaudzes strādāja plecu pie pleca. Remī Žobārs meklē aromāta tīrību un to arī prot panākt. Tomēr viņš nepieder pie vīndariem, kuri Chardonnay elegantā aspekta meklējumos, kā mēdz teikt, “līdz ar ūdeni no vannas izlej arī bērnu”. Būtisks viņa vīndarīšanas tehnikas elements ir spiešana: viņš novāktās vīnogas presē visā nakts garumā, līdz pilnam divus bārus lielam spiedienam nonākot pakāpeniski, rūpīgi aprēķinot katru nākamo soli. Pēc tam nāk 12 mēnešus ilga vinifikācija un izturēšana mucā, kam seko vēl 6 mēneši tvertnē. Šai procesā izmanto tikai aptuveni 20% jauna koka, un Remī, iespējams, vienīgais starp Burgundijas vīndariem, dod priekšroku austriešu muciniekiem Stockinger, kuri izmanto koku no Ibstāles ielejas (aptuveni 50 km no Vīnes). Tiek liktas lietā arī vairākas augstās, šaurās Stockinger koka tvertnes ‒ foudres. Vīna pazinēji ir vienisprātis, ka tieši Stockinger mucām lielā mērā jāpateicas par vīnu eleganci un noteikti arī noturīgo pēcgaršu. Gatavojot savus pievilcīgos sarkanvīnus, Žobārs pirms vinifikācijas procesa atdala vīnogas no kātiņiem; vīns pēc tam tiek izturēts mucās (30% no tām ir no jauna koka). Champs Fulliot ir izsmalcinātākais no abiem Monthélie, bet Volnay-Santenots ir samērā viegls, tomēr apveltīts ar ārkārtīgi tīru un negaidīti noturīgu garšu.
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