2015 Domaine Rolet Arbois Trousseau

2015 Domaine Rolet Arbois Trousseau
Domaine Rolet is established as one of the Jura vineyard flagships and its wines propose the whole terroir richness through the large range of Jura grape varieties. Domaine Rolet is the project of families who wanted to establish a Domaine between tradition and modernity, respecting the Jura wines great diversity. Tasting Notes: Voluminous and structured mouth. Persistent and fresh finish. Almost a dark amber, the nose reveals red fruit especially raspberry and redcurrant. Food Recommendation: Smoked meats, grilled beef and roasts.
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ORIGIN: Arbois, France

GRAPE: Trousseau

ABV: 13%

VOL: 750ml

Special Notes: Manual harvesting and sorting. 15 to 20 months in casks are necessary in order to soften the tannins and obtain the roundness and finesse of this demanding grape variety

About Domaine Rolet

Domaine Rolet is established as one of the Jura vineyard flagships and its wines propose the whole terroir richness through the large range of Jura grape varieties. Domaine Rolet is the project of families who wanted to establish a Domaine between tradition and modernity, respecting the Jura wines great diversity. These 3 families are the Devillard family (winemakers in Bourgogne for 5 generations and owners of Château de Chamirey in Mercurey,  Domaine des Perdrix in Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Ferté in Givry and Domaine de la Garenne in Mâconnais), the Flambert family (hotels owners for several generations), and the Dupuis family (entrepreneurs family, specialized in martial arts equipment). They led the Rolet production to a high level of excellence, each and every vintage. Their philosophy is based on meticulous attention to vineyards, small yields, and optimal ripening of grapes.

“Vines planted in the municipalities of Montigny-les-Arsures on the hillsides in ‘Chagnon’ and ‘L’Euvrin’, as well as in Arbois at a place called ‘Montessserin’. Exposed mainly west and south, the soils are rich in iridescent marl and chaill clay, the preferred land of Trousseau.

Tasting Notes: Voluminous and structured mouth. Persistent and fresh finish. Almost a dark amber, the nose reveals red fruit especially raspberry and redcurrant.

Food Recommendation: Smoked meats, grilled beef and roasts.