Philippe Bornard

La Chamade Arbois Pupillin Ploussard

9.1213 ratings
9.053 pro ratings
Pupillin, Arbois, Jura, France
Poulsard
Top Notes For
Christy Frank

2005 plousard. Bornard's first vintage. Fantastic. Dusty earth. Autumn leaves and stuff quick fresh cherries. Love it. Will be stocking it soon!

2005 plousard. Bornard's first vintage. Fantastic. Dusty earth. Autumn leaves and stuff quick fresh cherries. Love it. Will be stocking it soon!

1 person found it helpfulAug 29th, 2014
Rebecca DuPree

Unmistakably Jura: slightly reductive nose, acid-driven, steely, and sexy

Unmistakably Jura: slightly reductive nose, acid-driven, steely, and sexy

1 person found it helpfulDec 19th, 2013
Emmanuel Cazes

Là aussi vif et croquant, très bien

Là aussi vif et croquant, très bien

May 12th, 2017
Roel van der Burg

Sommelier at Restaurant Entrepot

9.3

Recently released by Bornard. His first vintage. Still vibrant and very much alive. Soft and silky. Cherries on dirt. My heart started pounding from excitement (i.e. 'la chamade)! A wine in perfect condition.

Recently released by Bornard. His first vintage. Still vibrant and very much alive. Soft and silky. Cherries on dirt. My heart started pounding from excitement (i.e. 'la chamade)! A wine in perfect condition.

Feb 7th, 2016
Filippo Calabresi

Winemaker Tenimenti d'Alessandro

9.2

such a great result for Bornard first vintage. Pale color, cherry, strawberry, some CO2..

such a great result for Bornard first vintage. Pale color, cherry, strawberry, some CO2..

Jun 25th, 2015
Robin Gerber

Partner Spotlight Brands

8.8

So weird and super tasty!!!

So weird and super tasty!!!

Mar 18th, 2015
Aaron Bryan

Because life doesn't always suck.

Because life doesn't always suck.

Dec 20th, 2014
Michael Solway

Flawed. Refermenting in the bottle. A note to edgy winemakers - use more sulphur.

Flawed. Refermenting in the bottle. A note to edgy winemakers - use more sulphur.

Dec 7th, 2014
Alexandre Calvi

Ploussard 2011, nice extraction, gamey little red berries, supple tannin with a refreshing acidity, thank you Savio!

Ploussard 2011, nice extraction, gamey little red berries, supple tannin with a refreshing acidity, thank you Savio!

Nov 9th, 2014
Wolfgang Weber

Juicy and tasty, and happy that the unpleasant reduction of the last few vintages isn't an issue.

Juicy and tasty, and happy that the unpleasant reduction of the last few vintages isn't an issue.

Nov 8th, 2014