This is a beautiful wine, from Stephane Tissot – one of the finest of all Jura winegrowers. It’s a wine that flirts with greenness and gets away with it – even more than gets away with it, actually. The greenness is a beautifully integrated element of the flavour. It’s really complex and beguiling.
Domaine Benedicte & Stephane Tissot Arbois Trousseau ‘Singulier’ 2013 Jura, France
This lighter-styled yet full flavoured red is quite beautiful. There’s lovely pure raspberry and cherry fruit with an attractive sappy greenness in he background. It’s fine, fresh and bright with real complexity and some spicy notes. A delicious wine that’s also mentally engaging. 94/100 (£27.50 Berry Bros & Rudd)
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It also ages beautifully. We picked up some of the 2004 vintage at the domaine last month and it’s glorious, still fresh and lively and subtly infused with notes of rosehip and cold embers, not dissimilar to mature red Burgundy with a fine line of acidity running through it. André Tissot felt it has another 10 years ahead of it. Age your Trousseau folks!