2014 Domaine André & Mireille Tissot "DD" Arbois Rouge (Sans Soufré)

SKU #1241643 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The first red was the 2014 Arbois Rouge DD, produced with one third each of the red grapes form Jura, Poulsard, Trousseau and Pinot Noir; it's his light red wine with no sulfur. It was bottled one month before I tasted it in April 2015, after three months of maceration. It has an organic nose that mixes blood oranges and sour cherries. The palate is sharp and a little edgy, but it is easy to drink. 2010 was the first vintage for this wine. (LG)  (10/2015)


 Deep ruby. Animated bouquet evokes raspberry, anise and violet. Light, precise and juicy, with a cherry flavor complemented by floral pastilles and spicecake. A blend of Pinot Noir, Poulsard and Trousseau, DD was made with no added sulfur. (JP)  (6/2015)

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Staff Image By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/22/2016 | Send Email
Tissot is one of the masters of Arbois and this delightful red is one of the best places to start if you're not familiar with his wines. An equal parts blend of Ploussard, Trousseau and Pinot Noir it is full of raspberry and cranberry fruit with a perfume of roses and geraniums. Let it open for a short period of time and the spices begin to flow out. A light to medium bodied wine that is just pretty on the palate.

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