Domaine Antoine Jobard - Cordero Distribuzione

Even though this domaine in Meursault exhists since 1860, Antoine Jobard's history is indeed more recent.

It was known at the beginning as Domaine Francoise Jobard, and subsequently as Francoise and Antoine Jobard.

Antoine, in fact, decided to join his father only in 2002. But soon after, in 2007, Francois had retired, leaving the domaine in his son’s hands, and the estate switched its name to Antoine Jobard.

With six hectares of land and an average of thirty thousand bottles, Antoine’s goal is to manifest in a perfect symphony the wine of Meursault. Sulfur and oar (without any products of chemical synthesis) are the expression of the so-called traditional method in the vineyards, while in the cellar, Antoine is a supporter of long refinements on yeasts: the wine rests on fine scum for a period of about 20 months. Fermentations are totally spontaneous. Jobard loves to look at his wine with a different prospective: he doesn’t believe in handling the wine with settling, batonnage process, and clarification.

The domaine’s wine selections have always had a big predisposition to aging, especially the ones that come from iconic Meursault’s areas, such as Genevrieres and Charmes.

Wines
Mersault-Blagny 1er Cru
Mersault-Blagny 1er Cru
Mersault
Mersault
St. Aubin Sur Le Sentier du Clou 1er Cru
St. Aubin Sur Le Sentier du Clou 1er Cru
Bourgogne Chardonnay
Bourgogne Chardonnay
Beaune Montrvenots 1er Cru
Beaune Montrvenots 1er Cru
Pommard
Pommard
Mersault-Genevrieres 1er Cru
Mersault-Genevrieres 1er Cru