In 1973, Daniel Dugois bought 2 hectares of vineyard and a house equipped with wine cellars in his hometown of Les Arsures. He cultivated the vineyard and sold his production regionally. In 1982, he started selling his own wines, his first effort earning him accolades in the Jura. Today, Daniel's son Philippe runs the winery. This 2014 Savagin is hand-harvested and aged "sous voile," in a gently oxidative environment under a protective layer of yeast. The wine opens with notes of hazelnut, almond, green apple and soft baking spices that expand across the palate and finish long. This is one of the wines that continually marks the Jura as a critical darling of the winemaking world. Pair with poultry or fish in cream sauces, or something fun and spicy.