Jean Bourdy: Cote du Jura Rouge

HARD FACTS

WINE NAME: Cote du Jura Rouge
PRODUCER: Jean Bourdy
VINTAGE: 2010
APPELLATION: Cote du Jura AOC
GRAPE VARIETIES: Poulsard, Trousseau and Pinot Noir in basically equal proportions
YEASTS: Natural
MACERATION: 25 days
MALOLACTIC: Done in barrel
AGED IN: Old French Tonneau barrels
AGED FOR: 4 years
CLARIFICATION/FILTRATION: None
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13%
VOLUME: 75 cl
BOTTLES PER PACKAGE: 6
PACKAGING TYPE: Carton
BOTTLE SEALING: Carton
PRICE (ex. VAT): 170 SEK

Quick Facts

The local varieties Poulsard and Trousseau and Pinot Noir are the foundation for this light and elegant, yet satisfying wine. Probably, the most traditional wine that we've ever encountered (in a good way), and the complexity that arrives with age here is second to none. Taste the 1959 now, and you'll find yourself in an alley without exit signs!

The Wine’s Story

Poulsard, Trousseau and Pinot Noir compose the holy trinity in this light-bodied, refined and traditionally crafted red Jura wine, reminiscent of very few others. We’ve had the fortune to taste this wine some 50 years old, and it still provides an amazing drinking experience, hence the reason for us to always offer back vintages as well. The 1959 tastes great at present if you’re interested…

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