Meanwhile, back in The Jura: Poulsard – A Very Special Grape Indeed

Considering its relative size The Jura, that tiny hilly strip of a region snuggled between Burgundy and Switzerland, sure does produce its fair share of quirky, idiosyncratic, and often quite fascinating wines. Yes, it certainly punches above its weight in that department, that is for sure. On of the grapes responsible is the little-known Poulsard varietal. Jamie Drummond explains its allure along with a recipe for Duck Confit Shepherd’s Pie.

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