Résonance is Maison Louis Jadot's first wine project in Oregon.
About the Brand
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- Résonance is Maison Louis Jadot’s first venture outside of the Burgundy region of France.
- Maison Louis Jadot’s first vineyard purchase was Clos des Ursules in 1826.
- Produced by Louis Jadot’s world renowned winemaker, Jacques Lardière.
- Résonance balances tradition and technology in the vinification process, focusing on the purest expression of Oregon’s Yamhill-Carlton AVA terroir.
- One of the oldest dry-farmed vineyards in the Willamette Valley featuring original non-grafted rootstock.
Résonance is Maison Louis Jadot's first wine project outside of Burgundy, France, since our founding in 1859. This Pinot Noir is our debut release from the beautiful, tree-lined Résonance Vineyard, in the Yamhill-Carlton wine region. From un-grafted vines first planted in 1981, this single vineyard bottling shows the elegance and complexity Oregon Pinot Noirs are famous for.
Maison Louis Jadot, one of the most venerable, trusted and revered wine houses in the world, has been producing wines from the heartland of Pinot Noir, the French region of Burgundy with its first purchase of the Clos des Ursules vineyard in 1826. For its first venture outside of France, the Louis Jadot team became interested in the terroir and wines from Oregon. In 2013, the ideal location was found and a vineyard bought in the Willamette Valley, specifically the Yamhill-Carlton AVA region. The Résonance project is led by famed Jadot Winemaker, Jacques Lardière, who takes 42 years of experience in winemaking from the beautiful Pinot Noirs of Burgundy to the world’s most up and coming Pinot Noir regions.