Arbois Trousseau "Singulier," Bénédicte et Stéphane Tissot
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Arbois Trousseau "Singulier," Bénédicte et Stéphane Tissot - 2019

Item # 27122 750mL
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Production Methods




Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

This Trousseau is classic Jura, matured in older wood barrels and bottled without additional sulfur.

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Staff Pick Notes

After tasting good wine you can’t help but spout off about its quality. Better wines can brew whole conversations. However, the best wines make you gasp and may leave you unable to articulate how the wine has made you feel. This red from Tissot kicks off with an aroma that is expansive and nuanced: wet earth, candied cherries, dry hay, and fresh rhubarb. The palate follows suit to satisfy those looking for both freshness and an earthy profile. Taut red fruit, dried mushrooms, and shredded ginger. While tasting this I couldn’t say anything other than “Mmmm,” “Pffff,” and “Ahhh!”

- SD

Astor's Glossary of Terms


A petite and relatively obscure wine region in eastern France, between Burgundy and the Swiss border. Its geographical isolation has helped it to remain a rare bastion of traditional winemaking techniques, and today it produces some of the most distinctive wines in the world. Reds from the Jura are often light-bodied, earthy, berried, and reminiscent of the village wines of Burgundy (though here...

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