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Food Pairings for Stephane Tissot Poulsard Cotes du Jura
I wasn't really familar with the Poulsard varietal. Apparently it's a big ol' grape that has quite a thin skin. In the glass, the wine is very light with a slight cloudiness and a dull garnet color. On the nose, the aromas are a bit subdued and tend towards red fruit, a little spice, and some floral (violets). The palate has a pretty light body, and not a ton of stuff going on. Tannins are low, acidity is maybe a tad too high, and the flavors are like the nose - subdued red fruit with a little spice and an attractive earthiness. So, it may not sound like much, but I though this wine went great with food. We had it with a host of dishes from very spicy little snacks to meatballs and pasta. It's a very willing partner no matter what you throw at it.
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