The wines of Jura are probably some of the easiest in the wine world to understand… if you happen to work in the wine world. I fully admit to being quite fascinated with them as they hold this Burgundy kind of touch given that they sit only about 50-70km due east of the main Burgundian lands. But this means they abut Switzerland and thus incorporate a great many varieties that most people in the wine-drinking public just don’t know about. Sure, there’s Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (those are the easy […]

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