A Jura Experience

A Jura Experience


Said to be the namesake for the term Jurassic, this small region stretched along the border of Switzerland has truly built a name for itself despite the adversities nature has thrown at it. Jura is a small but hearty region of winemaking, responsible for a collection of both traditional and unique wines we love today.

Domaine de Saint Pierre - Arbois "Saint-Pierre" 2022 

A light, structured and earthy Pinot Noir from the Jura - spicy, floral aromas, bright red cherry, blueberry, and brown spice, chalky minerality. Pinot Noir.

Domaine de Saint Pierre - Arbois "Trousseau" 2022 

With only 10.8% vol. alcohol, it's a real flyweight and this lightness appears extremely delicate and almost a bit thin at the beginning, but with air the Trousseau develops steadily, the tannin remains extremely delicate, but a light spice and delicate berry fruit gives it more and more length, mint and cherry, almond and lemon zest. The most delicate Trousseau we have ever had in the glass, hangs as light as a feather on the tongue and is simply fun. 100% Trousseau.

Fabrice Dodane (Saint Pierre) - Arbois "Bodines" 2022 

On the nose, Gold Parma apple, Galia melon, also some quince, a vegetal touch of cooked fennel and dark spice. On the palate, a fine texture with good natural wine grip, skilful, delicate reduction and Phenolic from oxidative aging, with bold acidity and robust minerality, slightly tart apple peel aroma in the aftertaste. A full-bodied and profound Chardonnay, which could also bear the domaine's label in terms of quality100% Chardonnay

Fabrice Dodane (Saint Pierre) - VDF Red "Tout Facile" 2021 

Very light fire red, on the nose a cocktail of raspberries, red currants and wild strawberries, nuances of blackberry leaves and pine cones, literally smells of acidity and minerality. On the palate an airy texture, wiry body supported by a strong acidity, harmoniously supported by tannin, red berries again, subtle flint, the extremely juicy drinking flow ensures great potential for fun. Syrah, Grenache, Trousseau, Chardonnay.