It should be known that our Gaul ancestors used to make wine in Jura… Today, it has become a paradise for small exploitations and united cooperatives. If you’re in need of some authenticity, there’s no need to go further! The appellation extends over a little more than 1800 hectares, between Burgundy and Switzerland. Due to its geographical situation, Jura produces wines that are very unique in the country, some would even say atypical: “straw” wines (a wine with notes of honeyed and sweet fruits, hazelnut and a good balance of acidity), “yellow” wines (a dry and aromatic wine with a taste of hazelnut, and sometimes spicy notes of turmeric, ginger and cardamone) and Cremant of Jura (a sparkling wine made with at least 50% of Chardonnay) for example. It is a region with a cool climate, clay, limestone soils, and a lot of fossil materials coming from the Jurassic era, hence the name of the region…!