Marc, where did you find the Arbois? Sounds interesting, I'm sure I'm not alone in saying I've never had a pure/still poulsard.
K and L Wines has a selection from Tissot, Puffeney, and a fabulous chardonnay from Dom de Montbourgeau from Etoile.
The wine last night was the 2004 Arbois Poulsard from Stephane Tissot. Beautiful translucent orange ruby color, lots of red fruits (strawberry/cranberry), light to medium bodied at most with 13.5% abv, crisp with some tannins but not drying. Lots of cracked black pepper. The bottle says sans soufre and n'est pas filtre.
The other Poulsard I really like is the 2002 Houillon Overnoy Arbois- Pupillin. It is fresh, tangy, earthy, complex and delicious. Some bottles have been bretty, but the good ones are fantastic. The Overnoy was from Chambers St. The Tissot Poulsard is a cleaner wine, good but not as interesting as the Overnoy.
Jura wines--have had almost none. One old white somewhere along the way that I can't remember much about now, and certainly never a red. What grapes are used in the reds?
I am a total beginner here, but I think the reds include Pinot Noir, Poulsard, which also goes by Ploussard, and Trousseau.
I have a friend who lives in Lyon, and one of these years I am hoping to visit and tour around the Jura. I've heard it is beautiful.
Anyway, the wines are a breath of fresh air. The reds are light enough to drink during the summer, and have plenty of acidity to accompany food. Maybe not to everyone's taste, but I've really liked the ones I've tried so far. They make me want to search out some more to try.