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February 10, 2007



Well done, Bert! But I think "Confrérie des Nobles Vins du Jura" needs to start paying you if you're going to be their PR/publicity arm. :)


Thanks for dropping in, Jack. Yes, I'm going to ask for a few cases...or else ! (I could go on strike !)


Nice report as usual, many thanks!
next time you're visiting Jura, you should have a stay et the Ganevat winery in Rotalier.
I 'm sure that you will enjoy the wines and the guy (now a good friend of mine),
and will get good stuff for an outstanding photo report
there are so many good wines over there that are under-estimated (stéphane tissot, overnoy-houillon, brignot, pinte, ...)



William Patton

Thanks again for a great report. Opened a bottle of Arbois (Trousseau grape variety) 1999 yesterday and can vouch for the fact that these wines age well despite being unfashionaby light-bodied. A lovely rooftile colour too. The Jura region's wines are definitely worth discovering. I remember drinking some Savagnin some time ago and enjoying it.

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