With the Jura Tasting, it was important to look at how they’re making wines that are something of a Burgundy+. By that I mean there’s something similar to Burgundy, but they go into what is often the unknown for casual winedrinkers with grape varieties such as Trousseau and Savagnin, not to mention the traditional “Vin Jaune”, which is amazing, but not readily understood upon first tasting by most. Beaujolais on the other hand is not a Burgundy+ kind of place and is very much Burgundy proper. It make not seem […]

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