Jura - some tasting notes
19 Jul 2012 by Jancis Robinson
Jura wines deserve more attention - not least in the UK. The top Jura winemakers are annually flown to North America to kick up a storm of enthusiasm but we Brits are left to do our own stirring. As I write in Jura - the next small thing? , there are even fewer reasons now to ignore them, as Purple Pager and Jura/Savoie specialist Wink Lorch has been arguing for some time. But before sharing some tasting notes made on a recent short visit to the region, and a few taken at the RAW natural wine fair, let me outline the principal styles of wine currently being made in the Jura. Most of the best wines are white, or yellow, or...

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