2016 Domaine de l'Aigle À Deux Têtes Poulsard "Les Clous" Côtes du Jura Rouge

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By: Diana Turk | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/24/2018 | Send Email
This was going to be my Thanksgiving wine – except that it sold out before I could buy a bottle! It’s that good. Bright berry fruit, a light but textured palate, and enough spice to the finish to boost complexity, Domaine de l'Aigle À Deux Têtes’ "Les Clous" Poulsard is a refined addition to our Jura lineup. It shows great purity of fruit with a dusty undertone that hints at something otherworldly. Easygoing yet earthy, the 2016 is a must try for fans of Pinot Noir or Gamay looking for something with a bit more interest.

By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/13/2018 | Send Email
The wines of Henri Le Roy are incredibly special. This former bio-chemist is making some of the purest expressions of Jura varietals in the region. Using a more nouveau topped off style known as Ouille, the wines crackle with fresh fruit flavors but never lose their underlying Jura complexity. The Poulsard is one of my favorite expressions of this varietal in the region. Filled with spicy red fruit, including notes of dried raspberry, incense, tea leaves and potpourri, it is on the lighter side of medium bodied but still offers mouthfilling flavors. This is the perfect style for those wanting to get away from hedonism and want pure expressive balance. Like a fine Marsannay but even more elegant. And it ages!!
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