Ludwig Bindernagel "Lulu vigneron"

In 2002 Ludwig Bindernagel (Bavarian) and Nathalie Eigenschenck (Parisian) founded their domaine in Poligny, in the heart of the Jura Revermont. The following year, their first thousandth. The vineyards, scattered in the neighboring municipalities, are largely already mature, with an average age close to half a century: a true qualitative blessing. Some of them are planted with local ecotypes of Burgundian vines (chardonnay, pinot noir - here called savagnin noir) or typical autochthonous Jura. From the beginning, the viticultural approach aimed to eliminate insecticides and chemical fertilizers and soon oriented towards organic agriculture, even without claiming an official certification. Today "Lulu" and Nathalie cultivate about 4 hectares of property, with the utmost respect for their marly limestone terroir. The vinification follows rigorous principles and values: manual harvesting, demanding sorting, traditional pressing, static peeling, absence of exogenous yeasts, vinification of packages and long times, no dosage for creams. Objective: the search for expressive naturalness and authenticity. Overall, on average only 12,000 bottles per year!

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