The Jura, located between Burgundy and Switzerland, was isolated for a long time from other growing areas. It has preserved its centuries-old winemaking tradition to this day and is today one of the most dynamic regions in terms of organic and natural wine growing.
The red wines of the Jura resemble the red Burgundians and yet are quite unique. The Pinot Noir also plays an important role here, in addition there are highly individual wines from the local varieties Poulsard and Trousseau, which can also result in rather light-colored, but very fine wines that stand out as excellent food companions.
The Jura hype of recent years ensures on the one hand for low availability of popular wines, on the other hand, there are many new wineries with great qualities, discoveries such as Eric Thill and the Domaine des Ronces are the proof.