Bourdy Chateau-Chalon

Bourdy Chateau-Chalon

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A bottle of 1969 Caves de Bourdy Chateau-Chalon, a vin jaune from the Jura wine region, sits on a barrel at the domaine's cellars in Arlay, France. Vin jaune, which can age for more than one hundred years and still be drinkable, is the tiny region's most famous wine.