Yes, it definitely is.
Macvin is a type of beautiful fortified wine from Jura. It can be red, white or rosé. Tissot's is red, made from pinot noir. The grapes are late harvested, then after about a year of fermentation the yeasts are arrested with marc (pomace brandy) from Jura. This type of fortified wine has been made for centuries, and it received its official AOC in late 1991. Tissot's comes in at 17% abv, and it is unfiltered. All viticulture is biodynamic, and has been for over a decade.
Bénédicte & Stéphane Tissot, pinot noir Macvin Rouge (Jura, France)
ripe plums, blackberries, anise, green herbs, earth, what a lovely wine with great age potential. This one was bottled in 2011.
*click here to listen to one of their savagnin fermentations!