Morgane Turlier is one of the most promising young winemakers in the Jura today.
Morgane farms just under a hectare of old vines of Chardonnay, Savagnin and Trousseau planted over a mix of limestone and Jurassic marl in the commune of Marnoz.
Working several days a week for Etienne Thiebaud of Domaine des Cavarodes, Morgane has a sensitive approach to farming. The vines are tended by horse and treated with nothing more than a little copper, sulphur and herbal teas.
In the cellar she adds nothing and takes nothing away, producing delicate, pure wines with a beautiful sense of place. If her first vintages are anything to go by, the future is bright for this talented vigneronne.
MORGANE TURLIER Trousseau en Vignole 2018
From vines over one hundred years old in Marnoz planted over Jurassic marls some 400 metres above sea level and exposed northeast. The grapes were destemmed and the wine spent a month on the skins, before being pressed off to foudres and cuve for seven months of élevage.