Benedicte & Stephane Tissot Arbois Trousseau 'Singulier' 2016

Synonymous with low-intervention, terroir-driven Jura wines, Benedicte and Stephane Tissot produce 28 wines from 40 hectares, farmed organically, biodynamically and chemical-free. ‘Singulier’ is a varietal Trousseau, kept on its skins for five weeks, vinified into a light-bodied, flavorful wine, showing notes of tart strawberry, spice, and slight crunchy, green undertones. A true porch pounder!
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Another red-skinned native of France’s Jura this one a little darker and more sauvage than the featherweight Poulsard. Check out the woodsy reds of the Arbois appellation in particular.
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Jura, France

Historic appellation between Burgundy and Switzerland in Eastern France, and current cause célebre among wine geeks for its oddball lineup of peppy reds, mineral whites, and Sherry-style curiosities.