Jean François Ganevat Cuvée de l'enfant terrible Côtes du Jura Poulsard 2014

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Ratings on Delectable

Saman Hosseini Delectable Pro

Writer Maison Abattoir

Took a full 24 hours to open up apparently. Drink with lechon.

Took a full 24 hours to open up apparently. Drink with lechon.

9.2

Mark Morgan Delectable Pro

Didn’t change much after a year in the cellar. Fun Funky Français.

Didn’t change much after a year in the cellar. Fun Funky Français.

9.3

Justin Hurst

Funky, spritzy, light, and delicious.

Funky, spritzy, light, and delicious.

9.2

Ben de Vin

Takes about an hour in the decanter to open up and then a pristine, extremely pretty wine emerges. Very enjoyable aperitif by one of the masters of Jura. Matched with charcuterie and fleur du marquis cheese from Corsica.

Takes about an hour in the decanter to open up and then a pristine, extremely pretty wine emerges. Very enjoyable aperitif by one of the masters of Jura. Matched with charcuterie and fleur du marquis cheese from Corsica.

9.3

Sergio Licea

Pomegranate, cranberry, watermelon candy, sage, white pepper, barnyard, mushroom, haystack. Snapping acidity, no noteworthy tannin structure, featherweight body, juicy-silky texture, mineral driven, juicy-peppery-slightly gamey finish. Highly evolved in glass, drinks more like a white or rosé. Undercover complexity.

Pomegranate, cranberry, watermelon candy, sage, white pepper, barnyard, mushroom, haystack. Snapping acidity, no noteworthy tannin structure, featherweight body, juicy-silky texture, mineral driven, juicy-peppery-slightly gamey finish. Highly evolved in glass, drinks more like a white or rosé. Undercover complexity.

9.5

Marcio Morelli

10%

10%

9.4

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