Clear Lake Trousseau 2020

Way cool! Very pale in color and light in body, this crunchy red was made from a French grape rarely seen outside the Jura region. Warm, bright red fruit on the nose, but cool red berries on the palate. Notes of tart cherry and cranberry, underripe strawberry, licorice, clove, and herbs. 100% Trousseau. 11/14/22. — 4 months ago

Jolie-Laide Wines

Fanucchi Wood Road Vineyard Trousseau Gris 2018

Crazy good after a few years in the cellar. Wish I had a few more to see how it ages further. I suspect spectacularly. A totally unique and great wine. Textural, peach nectar. Pair with Mission Chinese Food. — 6 months ago

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Turd Ferguson

Turd Ferguson

@Jenks this is the roasted marshmallow wine I brought to boise a few years ago.


I remember that one 💦


North Coast Trousseau 2021

Magnum, it’s beautiful — 2 days ago

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Bénédicte & Stéphane Tissot

D.D. Arbois Poulsard Blend 2020

Blend of Troussseau (40%), Poulsard (30%) and Pinot Noir (30%). Beautiful, bright red fruit aromas and some earthy notes. Lively, quite complex, very tasty. Nice minerality. Delicious — 2 months ago

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The Eyrie Vineyards

Trousseau 2018

Echo previous comments—turns out it’s a good summer fire pit patio sipper too — 4 months ago

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Michel Gahier

La Vigne du Louis Arbois Trousseau 2020

S Wood

Chugging. Fortunate to stumble upon #trosseau — a month ago

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Jean François Ganevat

Plein Sud Côtes du Jura Trousseau

2014 vintage 😋 — a month ago

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Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson

Love these!


Sonoma County Trousseau 2015

Floral nose, raspberry, pomegranate, sous bois, high acid, fine tannin 😍 — 4 months ago

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Domaine André et Mireille Tissot

Benedicte et Stephane Tissot DD Arbois Trousseau Blend 2020

Extremely thoughtful blend of the 3 reds of Jura, with more structure than most (that’s the Pinot, I think) — it feels almost architectural. — 6 months ago

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