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White Wine / France / Jura / Côtes du Jura AOC / 13,5 % vol
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CUVEE TRADITION 2016 - DOMAINE GRAND

0,75 L White Wine / France / Jura / Côtes du Jura AOC / 13,5 % vol

19.0/20
Verified taster: Guillaume B. 03/08/2021 Wine expert

A superb Côtes du Jura which shows a very beautiful harmony, which will sublimate fish, crustaceans, or dishes based on white meat! A real gem!more reviews

Ideal as an aperitif or great to drink alongside seafood and crustaceans, this superb wine is bursting with surprises!
With a very elegant, refined style, this Tradition wine is a blend of Chardonnay and Savagnin and it's marvellous in every way! The nose is harmonious and with its hazelnut and walnut aromas, it was clearly styled on the flavours of the Jura. As for the palate, it feels like a little cloud within a light, smooth ensemble that contrasts with a powerful body and an enduring finish. This stunning wine is perfect to pair with crustaceans!
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CUVEE TRADITION 2016 - DOMAINE GRAND
  Vintage
2016
  Grape Variety
50% Chardonnay, 50% Savagnin
  Character
Ample and racy dry white wine
  Style
Powerful
  Service Temperature
10-12°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2025
  Food and wine matching
Fish, White meat, Mushroom, Worldwide Dishes, Cheese


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19.0/20
Verified taster: 03/08/2021 Wine expert

A superb Côtes du Jura which shows a very beautiful harmony, which will sublimate fish, crustaceans, or dishes based on white meat! A real gem!

DOMAINE GRAND

The history of the estate begins in the 17th century with Antoine and Claudine Grand, who at the time owned a few hectares of vines while practicing mixed farming. In the 1940s, René Grand, Emmanuel's grandfather, converted the estate entirely into viticulture and specialized in the sale of wine in bottles. Then Emmanuel's father and uncles in turn enlarged the estate in the 1970s, reaching a total area of 25 hectares. Emmanuel joined his family in 1997 and vinified Grand wines. His brother Sébastien worked at the Domaine for a few years before finally moving on to another professional career. In 2011, Emmanuel met Nathalie, daughter of Arboisian winegrowers, with whom he shared his life and his passion for vines and wine. Finally, it was in 2015 that Emmanuel and Nathalie created their 11 hectare wine estate which was being converted to organic farming.

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