Two parcels, 2.35 acres. Trousseau is a Jura native and at some point in its history migrated to Portugal, where it is known as Bastardo. The Mouillard rendition is a lightly-colored wine of notably full, limestony flavors.
Lighter years see this wine aged entirely in tank while riper years can see barrel ageing. Low yielding years can result in this being blended with Poulsard and Pinot Noir to make a red in sufficient volume named Rubis. In abundant years, production of Mouillard Trousseau can reach a whopping 375 cases. (cases of 6 nonetheless!)
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