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The Smith-Chapel Aligote is made from organic Aligoté Doré from Fixin in the Côte de Nuits. (Jean-Marc Roulot helped them source it.) The soil is a blend of marl and limestone. The wine fermented with only indigenous yeasts, vinified and aged in inox, and was bottled unfined/unfiltered. They only made 1,200 bottles for their inaugural vintage (2018) and the US is getting half of the total production. The label was inspired by the old street signs that have never been replaced in the Beaujolais. In that way, it’s something ordinary, familiar and part of daily life, like aligoté.
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