Cellier Saint Benoit

Yellow Wine

Cellier Saint Benoit Vin Jaune 2012

Cellier Saint Benoit Vin Jaune 2012 is a unique and rare yellow wine from the Jura region of France. This rare bottling has been aged for six years in barrels and is known for its oxidized nutty and toasty flavours and aromas. It was produced by Benjamin Benoit in 2012, using grapes from his 6 hectares of vineyards. With tiny quantities produced each year, Cellier Saint Benoit Vin Jaune 2012 is an exclusive and sought-after wine that will make an excellent addition to any collection.

2012 750ml Yellow Wine Savagnin France Arbois Pupillin Jura
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Appellation,Arbois Pupillin

Pairing,Gruyère, Comté, Mimolette, Morel Mushrooms, Lobster, Roast Chicken


Alcohol Content,14.5%

Producer,Cellier Saint Benoit

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