2014 Domaine du Pelican Savagnin "Ouillé" Arbois Blanc

SKU #1238560

Though the 2014 has yet to be professionally reviewed, the 2013 earned 92 points and praise from the Wine Advocate: "They used larger barrels for the 2013 Arbois Savagnin Oullié, and they don’t use any new oak here. Apart from that, the process is the same as for the Chardonnay: the whole bunches are pressed and the must fermented in the barrels where it also matured for about one year. The nose is very clean, with aromas of white fruit and some nuts and spices. It is quite elegant and fresh. Savagnin is a grape that has a little bit of tannins, which are very good to compensate the high acidity, and also the aromas are quite heady, as it corresponds with the grape. A very pure, fresh Savagnin... Domaine du Pélican is the name of the Jura winery from Marquis d’Angerville in Volnay in the Côte de Beaune, just one of the Burgundian vignerons that are arriving in Jura." (10/2015)

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