"The richness and diversity of the Jura terroirs make it possible to create fine white wines from two varieties, Chardonnay and Savagnin. Biodynamic techniques enhance the particular qualities of each plot. Chardonnay, a variety cultivated in the Jura since time immemorial, flourishes on blue or grey clay-and-limestone marls. With the potential to be laid down for more than 10 years, oak-aged for 12 to 48 months depending on the cuvée, these wines can accompany all of the savoury courses of your meals.
...From typical grape varieties from Jura old name of Chardonnay. Vinified in in an egg in cement vat during 12 months." --Domaine Pignier