- Wine Club
Type: Red Wine
Trousseau, known as Bastardo in the very different growing conditions of Portugal, is one of two varieties indigenous to Jura, and in the cool climate produces wines not dissimilar to Pinot Noir. This stunning wine is a pale ruby color, with an intense nose of roses, red currants, raspberries, and pepper. The tannins are light but firm, giving the palate grip. A serious but engaging wine.