Domaine de la Borde
Let's join Julien Mareschal in the marly valleys of Pupillin where he created the Domaine de la Borde in 2003, without first having the slightest family connection with the vine. Coming from a family of cereal growers, Julien chose to study agriculture before launching into viticulture and winemaking. He returns to his native land, in the Jura, where he has been farming 5 hectares of vines in organic and biodynamic farming since 2012. Respect for the terroir is essential to Julien Mareschal, and this is reflected in his vision by grass cover principles. natural and manual soil work, without chemicals. Domaine de la Borde is made up of indigenous grape varieties such as Ploussard, Trousseau, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Savagnin which are expressed through different plots whose soils and exposure make them typical for producing natural wines. of terroirs, on a family scale. Julien Mareschal's work during winemaking is done with the purest respect for the wine with fermentation using native yeasts, without inputs and with sulfur doses controlled to a minimum. With Domaine de la Borde, you will discover natural wines that are frank, straight, direct and without artifice.