The white wines of the Jura are mainly made from blends, including Savagnin (a true star of the Jura with 20% of the grape varieties) and Chardonnay. For red wines, the grape varieties used are Trousseau, Poulsard and Pinot Noir. On the nose, the whites, of a beautiful finesse, are intense on peach and apple with some notes of vines. The reds have aromas of candied red fruits and spices, especially cinnamon, with a beautiful length. The vines flourish on limestone and marl soils, and 80% of the production is white wine. As for the food and wine pairings, the whites are to be tasted with a curry cuisine, the cheeses of the jura à croute (mont d'or, Franc comtois, beaufort), all the dishes made with cream, with generous mushrooms and the inimitable coq au vin jaune. The reds will go perfectly with a roast beef in juice, leg of lamb, Bresse poultry, grilled fish... It is no coincidence that the Jura wines go perfectly with Jura and Franche-Comté cuisine!