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Raphaelle Guyot, 'Les Robinettes' Pinot Noir Vin de Pays de l'Yonne 2022
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Raphaelle Guyot, 'Les Robinettes' Pinot Noir Vin de Pays de l'Yonne 2022

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Importer notes from MFW Wine Co.:

"Though originally from the Yonne region in the very northwest of Burgundy, Raphaëlle Guyot didn’t set out to become a vigneronne in her place of birth. But a chance tasting of Jo Landron’s Muscadet “Amphibolite” while she was attending business school at the age of 18 was the spark that would eventually take Raphaëlle around the world to learn more about wine before finally landing back home to establish her small domaine. Raphaëlle began by interning with producers around France such as Athénaïs de Béru, Cyril Fahl, and Coralie and Damien Delecheneau before going on to receive a degree in enology at the viticultural school in Beaune. After more apprenticeships with Thibault Liger-Belair in Nuits-Saint-Georges and even spending a harvest in Georgia, Raphaëlle decided that it was time to create her own domaine, putting down literal and figurative roots in Puisaye-Forterre, located roughly halfway between Chablis and Sancerre. Here, Raphaëlle endeavors to create not just a viticultural domaine, but a full polyculture farm that integrates crop diversity and livestock in addition to the vines. Today, Raphaëlle farms just 1.75ha of vines, painstakingly rehabbing old parcels that were once completely overgrown by wild vegetation and fruit trees."

About the cuvee:

The fruit for "Les Robinettes" comes from a south/southeast-facing limestone slope in the Yonne department, with highly biodiverse surroundings. Fermentation is 100% whole cluster and carried out by native yeasts. The wine is then aged for 12 months, with minimal SO2 used throughout the process (15-30 ppm at bottling). 


Vin de Pays de l'Yonne
Pinot Noir
Practicing Organic
100% whole cluster fermentation. Native yeast fermentation with two-week maceration. 12 month elevage in barrique. Bottled with 15-30 ppm SO2.