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From the producer: "This wine comes from around a hectare of some of our oldest vines, planted in the commune of Les Arsures, situated at 347 meters above sea level, in the area known as en Grevillière. The soil here is prefered by the Trousseau grape. It is made up of a thick layer of clay with a gritty surface lying over a limestone dome. The clay is produced by the decomposition of the limestone. The vines face due south and thus benefit from the sun all day long. Aged at around 50 years old, the harvests are consistent and always give Trousseaus that...
Price: $19.99

The Baud family's history in the Jura dates back to 1742, and the ninth generation currently manages 24 hectares of vineyards. From the domaine: "It is a blend of typical grapes varieties from this region, 30% of Pinot Noir and 70% of Trousseau that both grow on the red marl and rich gravel soils. Demanding, by virtue of its nature, the trousseau is the rarest grape variety of the Jura region ...This red wine should be served at a temperature of 14 to 16°C. The nose is characterised by red fruits, humus and mushrooms. The dominant aroma is gamy (leather)...
Price: $18.99


90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Dry, crisp, fresh and incredibly fragrant, this sparkling wine is a terrific bargain. The good news is there are around 4,000 cases of it, although I do not know how much is imported by Kermit Lynch...This cuvee may qualify as the 'wine bargain of the year.' A Champagne-like sparkling rose from the largely forgotten area of Bugey (which only received appellation status in 2009), this low alcohol (8%) offering is made from 90% Gamay and 10% Poulsard (an indigenous grape of the region). (RP)" (02/2012) 90 points ...
Price: $19.99

David Schildknecht writes: "Wines from Jean-Francois Bourdy’s small cellar in Arlay have been trickling into the world’s wine markets with increasing regularity over the past decade (though there is a history of these wines in the U.S. even before World War II), causing considerable waves, an American fan club having accumulated, with buzz centering understandably around the Bourdys’ huge assortment of vintages spanning well more than a century." *Biodynamic*
Price: $31.99


91 points Wine Spectator: "A racy and engaging sparkler, with delightful apple, pear and fig notes laced with powdered ginger, dried persimmon and heather hints. Shows excellent length and cut on the finish, delivering mouthwatering drive. Chardonnay. Drink now. " (07/2014)
Price: $23.99

100% Chardonnay, made in the traditional style of Jura wines. *Biodynamic*
Price: $29.99


The Trosset brothers, Louis and Joseph, are part of a winemaking tradition that spans at least four generations of winegrowers before them. The domaine is located in Arbin, a couple of towns along the curve of the mountain slope from Chignin. Arbin is one of the 17 crus that exist in the Savoie, although all the wines go under the appellation Vin de Savoie. Located a bit further along the slopes than Chignin and just before Cruet, Arbin specializes in Mondeuse and it is the only grape the Trossets have planted. Mondeuse is not a high alcohol grape. Even ...
Price: $23.99

A beautifully aromatic blend of Auxerrois, Muller Thurgau, Tokay Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. *Biodynamic*
Price: $19.99


Spontaneous fermentation - an altogether preferable scenario to spontaneous combustion, and A LOT more fun to drink. This pink, semi-dry bubbly was made by spontaneous fermentation, otherwise known as méthode ancestrale. Grapes are picked by hand (the local Poulsard and Gamay grown on mountainous slopes in the shadow of the Alps) and fermented in chilled vats just reaching 5 or 6 degrees alcohol. The young and light wine is then bottled, along with its active yeast and considerable unfermented sugar. Under pressure of the cork, the wine continues to ferm...
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The Baud family's history in the Jura dates back to 1742, and the ninth generation currently manages 24 hectares of vineyards. The l'Etoile Blanc is 100% Chardonnay and the vineyard has been certified as sustainable with Terra Vitis since 2014. Fermentation takes place in tank followed by about 20 months of barrel aging. The winery describes the wine has having a light yellow and green color with aromas of nuts and a full texture accompanied by an "astonishing long lasting taste."
Price: $19.99



Chardonnay and Savagnin aged under flor yeast.
Price: $54.99

Can you believe we found a Marc from the Jura?! Wine and spirits geeks unite! This is made from fermented Savignin, Poulssard, and Chardonnay skins and lees. The left overs from wine production still has plenty of alcohol in it and when heated spitis is produced. Domaine Labet ages their for more than ten years in used wine barrels. It's like one of the richest grappas you've tasted, yet also exotic and slightly oxidized like a Vin Jaune. And certainly one of the most intriguing and exciting spirits we've tasted. A love for the wines of Jura and a passio...
Price: $69.99

85% Chardonnay and 25% Savagnin made in the topped off non-oxidative style.
Price: $49.99

From Bourdy: "The only grape variety used to make Château Chalon, along with all Vin Jaune, is the Savagnin, which amongst other names used to be called 'Le Naturé' or 'Fromentin'. Its origin is mysterious. From a botanical point of view, it is closely related to the Klevener d'Heiligenstein grape which is cultivated in Alsace and is part of the Traminer family. Legend has it that the grape variety is Hungarian in origin, or perhaps Spanish, but there is no firm evidence for these claims. Historic documents suggest that savagnin was already being cultiva...
Price: $109.99

This family estate in the Savoie region of France is run by Jean-Francois Quénard, who took over for his father in 1987 after having studied winemaking in Burgundy, Gigondas, Bordeaux, and California. The specialty of the house is Chignin, made from the native Jacquerre grape grown on 50-year-old vines at the foot of the Alps. The village of Chignin has some of the best soil in the region. It is made up of limestone scree (fractured rocks on the slopes).
Price: $14.99


Wines from Jean-Francois Bourdy’s small cellar in Arlay have been trickling into the world’s wine markets with increasing regularity over the past decade (though there is a history of these wines in the U.S. even before World War II), causing considerable waves, an American fan club having accumulated, with buzz centering understandably around the Bourdys’ huge assortment of vintages spanning well more than a century. Bourdy's whites and reds are aged for a minimum of four years in cask before release. Rosé cremant is rare in Jura. Bourdy's is made exclu...
Price: $24.99

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