Another juicy number from one of the Jura’s most dominant producers. It’s got all the peaches and tangy citrus of a vibrant Burgundy, with the slight nutty oxidation that tells us its from the Jura. The “Jurasic” locals have particular terms to explain their vinification processes for whites. “Sous-Voile” refers to the Sherry like process of allowing a film of yeast to develop on the surface of barrel, in order to protect the wine during slow oxidisation. “Ouillé” refers to the more conventional practice of topping up the barrels to maintain freshness. This one being of the latter – it’s cleverly made, clean and crisp. If you’re never delved into the Jura before, this is a good place to start.