Le Beurot Pinot Gris 2020

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Bugey, France

Type: Orange
Vintage: 2020
Sulfites: No Added
Alcohol: 12.5%
Varietal: Pinot Gris
Production: Biodynamic

Skin-contact Pinot Gris that spends a short time on the skins and is fermented with natural yeasts, staying in stainless steel for six weeks. Bottled with no added SO2. The color is the classic and beautiful orange/pink color of skin-contact Pinot Gris.

Pairing Suggestions: Barbecue, Pizza, Salmon

Producer Profile

Gradually over four generations the estate has been built up to almost 10 hectares in this rugged terrain. There are three main soil types, each matched with its best corresponding varietal as a result of careful observations: the soils of the Montagnieu area white marl clay, perfect for Altess (Roussette) and Mondeuse; the silica and limestone soils of the moraine hillside slopes are perfect for Chardonnay; and finally the clay and limestone mountain scree soils where Pinot Noir excels. Yves make his cuvees by working in fellowship with neighboring winemakers of similar mindsets, the production occurring either fully or partially in his cellar – the result is that about half the production is Bugey blanc, 30% is Bugey method traditionnelle, and 20% is Bugey rouge. Make no mistake, Yves tends to all the vines and sees them through to bottling, preferring to work with nature, the soil and the climate, using no chemicals whatsoever, while in the cellar acting more as a quiet conductor to the forces of nature as they coalesce. -Domaine Yves Duport


  • 12.5%



  • Orange

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The Producer

About Maison Yves Duport

Over four generations, the estate has expanded to nearly 10 hectares in the rugged terrain, carefully matching three main soil types with corresponding varietals: Montagnieu's white marl clay for Altess (Roussette) and Mondeuse, silica and limestone soils for Chardonnay on moraine hillside slopes, and clay and limestone mountain scree soils for Pinot Noir. Yves collaborates with neighboring winemakers to produce his cuvees, with about half the production being Bugey blanc, 30% Bugey method traditionnelle, and 20% Bugey rouge. Yves tends to all the vines, eschewing chemicals and working with nature, soil, and climate, acting as a quiet conductor in the cellar as the forces of nature coalesce. -Domaine Yves Duport

About the Region

Bugey, France

Bugey, nestled in the eastern foothills of the French Alps, is emerging as a promising region for natural winemaking. With its rugged terrain, diverse microclimates, and ancient soils, Bugey offers a unique terroir for sustainable viticulture. Natural winemakers in the region prioritize organic and biodynamic farming practices, cultivating indigenous grape varieties such as Gamay, Mondeuse, and Altesse with minimal intervention. By eschewing chemical additives and focusing on natural fermentation, they produce wines that reflect the region's pristine landscapes and alpine freshness. Bugey's natural wines are known for their purity, elegance, and expressive fruit flavors, with reds offering vibrant berry notes and whites showcasing crisp acidity and floral aromatics. As the demand for authentic and terroir-driven wines continues to grow, Bugey remains at the forefront of France's natural wine movement, offering a taste of its unique terroir and artisanal winemaking traditions with each bottle.

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