Côtes du Jura
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The Côtes du Jura AOC, officially created in 1937, is produced in a 640 hectares vineyard located in the Jura region, in France. This vineyard is the biggest of all the existing Jura terroirs, as it spans across 105 different communes of the region (among which Gevingey, Poligny, Toulouse-le-Château, Arlay…) Many other appellations are also growing here, like Arbois, Arbois-Pupillin, L'Étoile, Château-Chalon, just to name a few.
The soils of the Côtes du Jura vineyard are rich in marls, clay and limestone. The main grape varieties that you’ll find here are the Poulsard (also often called "Ploussard"), the Trousseau, the Pinot Noir, the Gamay, the Savagnin (used in blended wines) and the Chardonnay. There is a huge diversity in the vinestocks, which translates to a wide array of red and white wines for the connoisseur. White wines are actually the biggest part of the Côtes du Jura appellation, as they account for 80% of the total production.
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