Fresh, expressive nose, with hints of small red berries. The hints perceived in the nose reappear in the mouth, ending with an explosion of small berries.

Crémant du Jura, whose AOP dates back to 1995, can be made with any of the Jura region's five grape varieties, Our Crémant du Jura Rosé Brut Jurassique is made mainly from the Pinot Noir grape.

Traditional method: grape bunches are picked exclusively by hand. Harvested grapes are transported in crates drilled with holes to keep the fruit fresh. Pressing is done using whole, uncrushed grapes. The last pressed grapes are separated and distilled after fermentation. Maturation on lees lasts at least 12 months. The production method goes back to the end of the 18th century. It involves a second fermentation in bottles after initial alcoholic fermentation in vats. After riddling and disgorging, the dosage is added. It is the final touch. It brings sweetness and balance.

As an ultimate celebration wine, this Crémant Rosé is perfect for an entire meal, from the appetizers to the dessert. It is the ideal pairing wine with any fruit desserts: tarts and fresh fruits.
Serve cool or even chilled at 8–10°C.

The Jura vineyards do not cover a large area but they are exceptionally diverse, stretching over 80 kilometers between Burgundy and Switzerland, on the eastern border of France.