Gaspard Pinot Noir 2022


Gaspard Pinot Noir, a natural wine from the Loire Valley, is produced using sustainably farmed grapes. Embracing traditional methods, it undergoes semi-carbonic fermentation in 350 hl tanks using indigenous yeasts. After maturing for eight months, the wine is lightly filtered and bottled with just a tiny addition of sulfites, under 3g of sulfur. This medium-bodied wine features an aromatic profile of dark fruit and small berries complemented by well-integrated tannins, showcasing the finesse of Pinot Noir.

Dry/Sweet:, Dry
Wine Type:, Red
Wine Style:, Light Body
Grapes:, Pinot Noir
Farming:, Organic
Vintage:, 2022
Alcohol:, 12%
Country:, France
Region:, Loire Valley
Appellation:, NA
Bottle Size:, 750ml
Sugar level:, Low Sugar, Zero Added Sugar

Food Pairing Ideas:

Lamb burger.


Producer profile


Gaspard is a natural wine label created by Jenny Lefcourt, a renowned importer and natural wine advocate under the Jenny & Francois umbrella. The grapes for this project are sourced from organic vineyards in the Loire Valley, France. A trusted winemaker in the region crafts the wines, ensuring they align with Jenny & Francois's discerning palate. The distinctive labels of Gaspard wines are the work of Madlen Herrstrom, a talented Swedish artist based in Paris who also named the label. Gaspard's wines stand out for their quality and affordability, a testament to Jenny & Francois's extensive knowledge of natural wine, organic farming, and natural winemaking practices.

Wine region

Loire Valley, France

The Loire Valley wine region in central France is renowned for its diverse range of wine styles, significantly influenced by its extensive geographic spread and the variable climates within its boundaries. This region, often called the "Garden of France," stretches over 800 kilometers from the Atlantic coast in the west to the center of France in the east, encompassing several distinct wine-producing areas along the Loire River.

The region produces excellent Sauvignon Blanc, with the appellations of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé particularly prestigious for their expressive, mineral-driven styles. Chenin Blanc is another key variety, central to the wines of Vouvray and Anjou, which are used to make everything from dry to sweet and even sparkling wines. Muscadet, near the Atlantic coast, focuses on the Melon de Bourgogne grape, producing crisp, saline wines that pair excellently with seafood.

In addition to white wines, the Loire Valley produces reds and rosés, primarily from Cabernet Franc. This grape thrives in the appellations of Chinon, Bourgueil, and Saumur-Champigny, producing wines known for their floral aromas and crisp acidity. These wines often exhibit a characteristic freshness and are typically consumed young.

The region's climate varies from maritime in the west, which provides a cooling influence ideal for Muscadet, to a more continental climate in the east, which supports the ripening of Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc. This climatic variation, coupled with the diverse array of terroirs, from chalky limestone to flinty clay, allows the Loire Valley to produce wines that are both diverse and highly reflective of their specific locales.

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Natural wine is a type of wine made in small batches from hand-harvested organic or biodynamic grapes with minimal intervention in the cellar.
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Biodynamic wine is wine made with grapes farmed biodynamically. Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to farming.
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Vegan wine is wine made without using animal products during the fining phase of the clarification process. Before wine is bottled it is usually clarified.