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This hilly area, with Its rich soil of marl and alluvium is well suited to five noble varieties of Jura.

Open the bottle at least an hour before serving in order for all the aromas to develop then serve lightly chilled, between 12°C and 14°C, as an aperitif with cheese filled puff pastry, or during the meal, with scampi or a fish terrine. Used for cooking, it brings a refined touch to all fine meatbased sauces.

The Jura wine region is small in size but large in its remarkable diversity. It covers 80 kilometres between Burgundy and Switzerland, in the eastern France. Created in 1937, the AOC (designation of origin) of Cotes du Jura is omnipresent in the north and south of the vineyard, on varied and contrasting terroirs. It is the second leading AOC in Jura in terms of production, and it engages all five of the Jura's grape varieties. The whole range of wines of the Jura is represented, although the whites dominate - still or sparkling - with wines that are round, fruity, and generous.