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Aargau, Chardonnay Schinznach Wanne, Tom Litwan - 2019

  • Provenance: Aargau
  • Appellation: Argovie
  • Domain: Tom Litwan
  • Grape variety(ies): Chardonnay
  • On-call time: 10 years
  • Alcohol degree: 13%
From an old vineyard situated on a limestone substratum at the foot of the hillside, this very beautiful Chardonnay opens with a feeling of ageing that respects the very beautiful raw material (notes of fennel, aniseed, mint). The palate is round, smooth in texture, combining concentration and softness. According to the winemaker, it takes on tension with ageing, so don't be in too much of a hurry to open it or decant it!
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Since 2006, the estate has expanded its range of wines from various vineyards around Schinznach in the canton of Aargau. Tom Litwan does not come from a wine background but discovered his passion for wine in Burgundy, then trained as a winemaker by working for 8 years at the Domaine des Balisiers in Geneva, a pioneer of biodynamic farming in Switzerland. He has been certified since 2010 and has been awarded the Démeter label since 2014.


40 year old vineyard at the foot of the Jura, 350-400 m altitude.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Roast chicken with morels - Quasi of veal with oyster mushrooms - Quail pie.


Pour Tom Litwan, l’aventure démarre véritablement en 2006. Assez vite, la notoriété de ses vins commence à croître, débordant peu à peu le cercle d’initiés auquel elle était con née. Nouvelle étape en 2018 avec la reprise du vignoble de Walter Haefliger à Oberhof, vigneron local qui a toujours travaillé en biodynamie.

Aujourd’hui, Tom dispose de 5.5 ha de vignes, cultivées selon les principes de la biodynamie. Mais, précise-t-il avec humour, « rien ne m’appartient. Je suis parti de rien et je n’arriverai à rien ! » Pas sûr ! À en juger par la qualité de ses cuvées parcellaires de Pinot noir, on peut même affirmer qu’il s’agit là d’une boutade : très rapidement ses vins suscitent l’intérêt des amateurs autant que des prescripteurs et journalistes.


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