Since 1923 and with four successive generations, Domaine Bouvet-Jabloir has perpetuated their know-how in the Neuchâtel town of Auvernier. Currently at the head of the family estate, two brothers: Alexandre the convinced oenologist, then joined by Dimitri from the Lausanne hotel school and passionate sommelier.
Partly from the plots "Les Sagnardes and "Les Tires" at the top of the village of Auvernier. This vineyard is located at an altitude of 500 m in soils mainly of reworked Würmian Moraine, with disturbed and straightened stony complexes. This vineyard of old vines was planted by their grandfather in the 60s, which provides a greater concentration of aroma thanks to the low yield.
Pinot Noir 100% - Neuchâtel AOC
Vinification and ageing
aging in oak barrels for 12 months.
A deep garnet red color.
A frank and straightforward bouquet with notes of red fruits, crunchy red cherries and spices (curry).
Tender and silky tannins, a dark and animal fruitiness. A well-concentrated palate with an elegant finish.
The Sommelier's little extra
Food & Wine Pairings
A wine that goes well with game birds or grilled dishes.
15 to 18 degrees C
From 3 to 8 years
- Grape variety
- Pinot noir