Rahsaan wrote:As a nitpicker I tend not to think of the Jura and the Savoie together because they don't share any grapes and the grapes do not seem to have much in common (Mondeuse is not to Poulsard what Gamay is to Pinot Noir, in my experience).
BUT, they are both Alpine regions and if it's all about extended participating, that could be a good idea. And what about embracing the broader region and doing an Alpine Wine Focus. That might not matter to the extent that Switzerland comes into play because no one even has the wines (except for a very few Euro contributors) but then again Trentino might drift too far.
So Jura and Savoie could be a good middle ground.
David Lole wrote:Should we have a metres/feet above sea level clause in the equation to define Alpine?
David M. Bueker wrote:I don't recall an "all things Pinot" wine focus, but it indeed does seem rather diverse instead of focused.
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