Keep it natural, baby.
Vendangeur Masqué Caravan 2019 is a Vin de France from the De Moor trading activity. It is a blend of Clairette de la Drôme, Chardonnay from Ardèche, Pinot Blanc and Riesling from Alsace, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Gris from Brionnais in Saône et Loire, and Aligoté from Burgundy.
Domaine Alice et Olivier De Moor is located in Courgis, in Burgundy. Alice is from Jura and met Olivier in a renowned estate in Chablis where he was in charge of the vines. They both graduated in oenology, and with their knowledge, they started their domain by planting three plots of Chablis in 1989, while still being employed elsewhere. From 1995, they devoted themselves entirely to their 4 hectares of vines, which they extended in 1996 by purchasing a large plot in Chitry. Alice and Olivier De Moor have been working their vines in organic farming since 2005. In 2002, they replaced the large harvest boxes with small boxes where the grapes were not crushed by their own weight. In 2007, they built a large cellar with high ceilings, allowing them to do all their cellar work by gravity. In 2008, they bought a second-hand pneumatic press to process the grapes as gently as possible. There is no sulfur used during the harvest or during the vinification. Since 2009, Alice and Olivier de Moor have also created a trading activity “Le Vendangeur Masqué”.
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