Vin Jaune is the Tete de Cuvandeacute;e from any great Jura producer, a wine for special meals and big occasions. Dorbon takes his time with his Vin Jaune, leaving it under flor for a full nine years before bottling it. We've not had the opportunity to pull the cork on one of these rarities, but here's Neal Rosen, from Neal Rosenthal, on this bottle: andldquo;2003 is a marvelous vintage for Vin Jaune, and this one is overwhelmingly massive and complex: a tour de force. On first inspection, aromas of toasted walnuts, sweet curry, and straw jump out of the glass. The fruit is warm and sweet, with a distinct butterscotch note. The texture is very dense, and a nerve of briny seasoning gives it a bone-dry finish.andquot;
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