Arbois-Pupillin Ploussard Pupillin, Overnoy-Crinquand
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Arbois-Pupillin Ploussard Pupillin, Overnoy-Crinquand - 2018

Item # 41812 750mL
$29.96/ Single Bottle
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$359.52 $323.57/ Case of 12
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Certified Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

Tasting Notes

Recognized as the home of the Ploussard grape, the lime-clay soils of the vineyards, heavily laden with stones, surrounding the village provide the perfect setting to express the curious and compelling character of this grape variety.

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Staff Pick Notes

Ploussard & I have a delicious, lust-filled relationship. I will also say the same about the Jura as a whole. The region, the grape - they are the apple of my eye, the loves of my wine life. The only down fall is the lofty price tag that waft behind as Jura & Ploussard float by like the deities they are. The Arbois-Pupillin Ploussard by Overnoy-Crinquand is romantic, waxy poetic. The fruit is raw: pomegranate, red delicious apples, raspberry, all dusted in a crunchy-white minerality. On the first night I pared this with a skirt steak then scallops the next. Each experience was saliva drenched, my mouth is watering just thinking back. I also had a glass last night while shelling peanuts and talking with my mom. Any way you turn it... this Ploussard is the shit!

- HG

About the Producer

Pupillin, Jura, France This domaine, situated in the center of the village of Pupillin, in the heart of the Arbois appellation, is three generations old. Mikaël Crinquand tends the viticultural side of this multi-faceted family operation. The Overnoy-Crinquand families have always managed their holdings within Pupillin in a poly-cultural, organic fashion, tending seventy cows to produce milk...

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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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