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  • 54. Côtes du Jura AC 2015 Ploussard, Le Plou

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    100% Poulsard (12% alc.)

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    Loreline has a tiny plot of 40 year old vines in red marl soils on the fine hillside of La Côte de Feule in Pupillin. Destalked by hand, the grapes are not crushed but fermented whole during a 20 day fermentation under carbon dioxide. Aged in cuve it has a very pale pinot colour, a subtle teasing quality on the palate, fresh red fruits, spices, hint of game and good bite on the finish. For drinking now to 2020.

  • 55. Côtes-du-Jura AC 2015 Trousseau

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    100% Trousseau (13.8% alc.)

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    Loreline produces just 600 litres of this excellent wine from 25 yo vines and a south facing vineyard with a gravelly topsoil near to the Chateau-Chalon village of Voiteur. Yields are a low 32hh and in 2015 they have given a wine with much more intensity than usual, that is thoroughly ripe, with mulberry fruit and typical hint of spice. For drinking now to 2021+.

  • 56. Côtes-du-Jura AC 2015 Chardonnay, La Mamette

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    100% Chardonnay (12.5% alc.)

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    This comes from 40-50 year old vines (yielding just 20hh in 2013) planted just south of Arbois in a soil which is essentially marl but also contains some limestone. Aged in topped up 3-5 year old barrels for 15 months, this is an elegant, racy wine, with a hint of menthol on the nose, and on the palate offers citrus fruits with a marked refreshing mineral cut. For drinking now to 2020.

  • 57. Côtes du Jura AC 2015 Savagnin, La Pierre

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    100% Savagnin (12.5% alc.)

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    La Pierre is the name of the lieu-dit in Pupillin, where the 25 year old vines areplanted in a light, sandy soil. This is a notably elegant style of topped up savagnin which shows its supreme versatility as a food wine. Aged in three to five year old barrels this has zesty lime on the nose, there is a perfect play of fruit and acidity on the palate, with stewed lemons, menthol hint, spice and characteristic salinity and attractive bitters on the finish. For drinking now to 2021.

  • 58. Côtes-du-Jura AC 2011 Savagnin, La Pierre sous Voile

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    100% Savagnin (12.5%)

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    Loreline has displayed admirable patience waiting for this excellent oxidative wine, giving it five and a half years elevage sous voile in older barrels. It was aged in a draughty attic on the first floor of her farm whose doors are opened to the elements throughout the whole year. It is a delicate style of oxidative wine - too often the oxidation can be a little overwhelming. But here the fruit feels very detailed, with fresh walnut and truffley notes mingling with stewed lemons and bitters with a refreshing cut. For drinking now to 2030.