After a career in the restaurant business, Scott Schultz switched to wine when he moved to Napa from Chicago and started overseeing the wine program at Thomas Keller's Bouchon. He soon launched his own brand Jolie-Laide, which loosely means "pretty-ugly" in French and is a term of endearment for something unconventionally beautiful. This blend is produced from the "infinitesimal" plantings in California of the grapes of the French Alps: Trousseau Noir, Poulsard, Gamay Noir, and old vine Valdiguie. Winery notes: "Emerging from several risk-taking vineyards dotted abound Northern California this takes a general California wine designation, but be clear, you would not blind this as “California”. Fermented partially carbonic for brightness and all whole cluster adding to the complex spice aromas. Delicate and lean, mineral-driven, tart pomegranate and raspberry scented with incense and tobacco."
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