Overnoy-Crinquand Arbois Pupillin Vieilles Vignes 2009
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Wine Spectator 93
Top 100 of 2013 Rank #75
"Delivers toasted hazelnut and Brazil nut aromatics, followed by a ripe, well-stuffed core of pear, fig and melon flavors, revealing a lightly bracing edge through the ginger-tinged finish. A long stony echo takes over in the end. A beguiling and distinct expression of Chardonnay. Drink now through 2018. 15 cases imported."

"This domaine, situated in the center of the village of Pupillin, in the heart of the Arbois appellation, ... read more
This is a white wine
Item ID: #15059
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Spectator 93
Top 100 of 2013 Rank #75
"Delivers toasted hazelnut and Brazil nut aromatics, followed by a ripe, well-stuffed core of pear, fig and melon flavors, revealing a lightly bracing edge through the ginger-tinged finish. A long stony echo takes over in the end. A beguiling and distinct expression of Chardonnay. Drink now through 2018. 15 cases imported."

"This domaine, situated in the center of the village of Pupillin, in the heart of the Arbois appellation, is three generations old. Mikael 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 for the famous Comté cheese of the region, harvesting grains and cereals and producing wine from the 5.5 hectares dedicated to vineyards.

The vineyards, situated entirely within the confines of Pupillin, are on rather severe slopes within the area known as “La Bidode”. All farming aspects are handled organically and that has been the case since the establishment of the domaine many decades ago. The vineyards are planted to a mix of the classic varieties of the Jura: two hectares of Ploussard, one hectare of Trousseau, one hectare of Savagnin and one and one-half hectares of Chardonnay. All harvesting is done by hand. The vinification and elevage of the wines is profoundly traditional giving the wines the pronounced and unique expression of the terroir of the Jura. Currently, 90% of the production is sold to private clients and we consider ourselves fortunate to have access to the limited amount of wine that is made available for export."~Importer Notes

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