White Wine by Domaine de Montbourgeau from French, France – regions. Made exclusively from the Savagnin grape, the Vin Jaune of Montbourgeau is always produced from a late harvest. After fermentation the wine is racked into foudres (30 hectoliter size) and then, after six months, racked again into smaller barrels. It is never topped off, the voile appears and the wine is left for at least seven years to age in barrel before being declared Vin Jaune and being bottled. The Jaune of Montbourgeau is more high-toned than the Jaunes of Puffeney and Gahier, less broad perhaps, but more fine – a clear reflection of the appellation of L’Etoile.