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The palate of this Jura wine displays a remarkably pure and crisp taste, characterized by a fantastic balance of unctuous texture, bright acidity, and a refined mineral finish.

Try this with Cashew Chicken with plenty of green vegetables or butternut squash ravioli with creamy sauce.

Domaine Pelican was founded by Burgundy wine Royalty Guillaume d'Angerville after he tasted Stephane Tissot's Chardonnay Arbois Les Bruyères. d'Angerville's wines are hard to gety your hands on, let the Jurassic soils of Jura lure you in and try one of these collectible wines with a cult following.

The unspoiled cow filled meadows of The Jura is unknown territory for many wine lovers. Only 50 miles across the Saone river from Burgundy, the two regions used to be one. Thanks to tectonic plate shifting the separation created two regions with similar soil structures but different environmental influences.

The dominant industry in Jura is cheese and pairing the local Comte with the wines of Jura is a taste sensation all wine lovers must experience.

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Domaine du Pélican 2019 Savagnin Grand Coroulet

SKU: 869352
Regular price $99.95 $69.95 30% off
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Jura

VARIETAL: Savagnin

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FORMAT: 750 ML

The palate of this Jura wine displays a remarkably pure and crisp taste, characterized by a fantastic balance of unctuous texture, bright acidity, and a refined mineral finish.

Try this with Cashew Chicken with plenty of green vegetables or butternut squash ravioli with creamy sauce.

Domaine Pelican was founded by Burgundy wine Royalty Guillaume d'Angerville after he tasted Stephane Tissot's Chardonnay Arbois Les Bruyères. d'Angerville's wines are hard to gety your hands on, let the Jurassic soils of Jura lure you in and try one of these collectible wines with a cult following.

The unspoiled cow filled meadows of The Jura is unknown territory for many wine lovers. Only 50 miles across the Saone river from Burgundy, the two regions used to be one. Thanks to tectonic plate shifting the separation created two regions with similar soil structures but different environmental influences.

The dominant industry in Jura is cheese and pairing the local Comte with the wines of Jura is a taste sensation all wine lovers must experience.