Saturday, May 19, 2018

Jura Wines Recently Tasted: L'Aigle à Deux Têtes/Le Roy, Arnoux/Cellier des Tiercelines, Baud, Domaine de la Borde/Mareschal, Champ Divin/Closset, Clavelin

Despite the small quantity of wine made in the Jura, prices remain, for the most part, attractive. With the disastrously small vintage in 2017, that could easily change, though, at least until there is another vintage (hopefully 2018) to replenish the stocks. 

If you don’t already know the Jura wines with their firm acidities and original expression of grapes well-known elsewhere (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir) and grapes   associated almost exclusively with the Jura (Savagnin, Trousseau, and Poulsard), I encourage your making the effort. (Continue reading here.)