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Cremant du Jura Brut

Fine, delicate bubbles, a surprisingly light wine, this is the ideal wine for those special moments with friends and family. This wine is best drunk young.

 Producer Domaine Jean Bourdy
 Region Côtes du Jura
 Country France
 Type Sparkling
 Varietals Chardonnay
 Alcohol 12% alc/vol

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Varietal Facts

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4 out of 5 starsReviewed on September 14, 2015
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About the Producer

Domaine Jean Bourdy

Domaine Jean Bourdy

Arlay, Jura, France Arlay, Jura, France

We are the fifteenth generation of direct descendants in the family since 1475. This means that for us tradition is a real passion. That is why we continue the tradition of producing wines as they were made 100 or 150 years ago with no concession to fad or fashion.

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