"In 1347 Queen Joanna of Naples was exiled to Avignon. Caught in the mistral, she sought refuge in the small castle of a gentleman glazier. When she was shown into his atelier the next day, she startled the artisan at his work. The result was a bulbous vessel that could hold ten liters. Instead of calling the broad-shaped bottle Jeanne-Reine, the modest queen suggested he call it Lady Jane, or Dame-Jeanne. Our damejeanne is a red cuvée of grapes made from two vineyards in the hills and valleys of Vermont. Both were fermented on their skins with native yeasts and blended after a year of élevage in glass demijohns. This alpine wine is unfiltered and unfined. From our cantina to your table.
– Deirdre Heekin & Caleb Barber"