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  • Arbois Trousseau Cuvée Saint Paul 1989 Camille Loye Arbois Trousseau Cuvée Saint Paul 1989 Camille Loye

Trousseau Cuvée Saint Paul 1989 - Camille Loye - Arbois AOP

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Cuvee informations :
Color : Red
Cuvee's name : Trousseau Cuvée Saint Paul
Vintage : 1989
Producer : Camille Loye
Appellation : Arbois AOP
Grape varieties : 100% Trousseau
Capacity : 75 cl bottle
Refiltré par Stéphane Tissot début 2016

Details

A rarity on a great vintage!

Camille Loye, iconic wine of Jura, now retired, didn't produce his wine only in great vintages. In the most modest, he simply resold his grapes to focus on the breeding of his wines he puts on sale only when it considers them at the height or almost. Throughout his life he produced some of the best Keychain, with its vintage St. Paul, a grape variety region who speaks particularly to aging, when it is in good hands of course...

The St. Paul 1989 wine is today to point and again for a long time. After a long aeration, it takes us notes of crushed strawberries, cherry kirschee, with a touch of mouth particularly silky. A perfect example of what can give this famous grape variety Trousseau.

Additional Information

Product reference 3482
Type of products Wines
Vintage 1989
Country France
Region Jura
Appellation Arbois AOP
Cuvee's name Trousseau Cuvée Saint Paul
Title supplement Refiltré par Stéphane Tissot début 2016
Speciality No
Stock information Epuisé. Souhaits de réservation par mail.
Producer Camille Loye
Capacity 75 cl bottle
Sweetness index No
Main style Authentic - Terroir
Alcohol Percent 13
Grape varieties 100% Trousseau
Main grape variety Trousseau
Production limitée No
Box type 6
Box type Cardboard
Organic wines No
Color Red
Consumption recommendation 2015 à 2022