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Château d'Arlay Corail 2009

It is the region's largest regional sale, a true local institution. A specialty of the Domaine, obtained by maceration - not by bleeding - of the 5 red and white varieties of the Jura (Pinot Noir, Trousseau, Poulsard, Chardonnay, Savagnin), followed by a 2 years aging in barrel. This blend is meant to reflect the wines of the past, made from grapes mixed in the vine. To our knowledge, this is the only one still practiced in the Jura. Aromas of tender spices, of ripe red fruits. It keeps from 5 to 10 years. In the Jura, it is enjoyed as a light and spicy red, served temperate (never too cool as it is a maceration wine), for a whole meal where it replaces red and white wines. Ideal for smoked meats, Morteau sausage, raclette, grilled fish with herbs, Asian and Creole cuisine, and as a base wine for sangria or hot wine.

 Producer Domaine du Château d'Arlay
 Region Côtes du Jura
 Country France
 Varietals Pinot NoirTrousseau GrisChardonnaySavagninPoulsard
 Alcohol 12.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2009

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Domaine du Château d'Arlay

Arlay, Jura, France Arlay, Jura, France

The Arlay Castle is a family estate which makes wines of tradition and care, where terroir notes are expressed elegantly. Our area is deemed the oldest wine chateau in France: Since 1070, it has witnessed many events which are in the archives kept at the castle. Moreover, Arlay has always been transmitted...

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