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Decree of March 24, 1993 relating to the controlled label of origin - J.O Number 73 of March 27, 1993 Decree of August 10, 1994 relating to the controlled label of origin - J.O Number 189 of August 17, 1994 Decree of February 17, 1998 relating to the controlled labels of origin “Arbois”, “Coasts of the Jura” and “the Star” - J.O n° 42 of February 19, 1998 (1) The provisions relating to the label of origin “Arbois " are not applicable any more under the terms of article 2 of the decree of April 30, 2001 modifying article 15 of the decree of October 9, 1995 relating to Creaming AOC the “of the Jura”
Art 1st. -
(Replaced, D. March 24, 1993) Seuls is entitled to the controlled label of origin “Arbois” the wines red, rosy or gray and white, the yellow wines and the wines of straw answering the conditions fixed hereafter.
Art 1st (a). -
(Added, D. March 24, 1993) the surface of production of the wines being entitled to the controlled label of origin “Arbois” is delimited inside the territory of the following communes: Department of the Jura: Abergement-the-large, Arbois, Arsures (Them), Mathenay, Mesnay, Molamboz, Montigny-lès-Arsures, Board-near-Arbois (Them), Pupillin, Saint-Cyr-Montmalin, Vadans and the Villette-lès-Arbois.
Art. 1st for the third time. -
(Added, D. March 24, 1993) to be entitled to the controlled label of origin “Arboiss”, the wines must result from grape harvest collected in the surface of production, on pieces or parts of pieces showing the geological characteristics fixed by the stop of the Court of Appeal of dated July 15, 1931 Besancon, and such as it was approved by the national Committee of the wines and brandies of the national Institute of the labels of origin during its meeting of June 1, 1989 on Commission proposal of experts indicated to this end. The plans of delimitation are, after carryforward on the cadrastal maps, deposited with the town hall of the common interested parties. The name of “Pupillin” could be assistant in the name of the controlled label of origin “Arbois” for the wines obtained on the delimited territory of the commune of Pupillin. The name of “Pupillin” will have to be placed after that of “Arbois” and to be printed in characters whose dimensions, as well in width as in height, will not have to exceed those of the characters of the controlled label of origin “Arbois”.
Art 2. -
(Modified, D. 28 juil. 1938, Replaced, D. August 10, 1994). The wines being entitled to the controlled label of origin “Arbois” must obligatorily come from following type of vines other than all others: Red type of vines: poulsard black (called ploussard locally), black trousseau, pinot (called large noirien or gray pinot locally). White type of vines: savagnin white (called locally naturé), chardonnay (locally called melon of white Arbois or gamay), pinot white. The wines with controlled label of origin “Arbois” can be declared and presented with the particular mention “wine of straw” if they come from following type of vines other than all others: poulsard black (called ploussard locally), white trousseau, chardonnay (locally called melon of white Arbois or gamay), savagnin (called locally naturé).
Art 3. -
(Replaced, D. October 1, 1985, Modified and Supplemented, D. August 10, 1994). To have right respectively to the appellation contrôlées sparkling “Arboiss” and “Arboiss” (1) the wines must come from collected grapes with good maturity and present a minimum natural voluminal title alcoholometric of: 10% for the red, rosy and sparkling wines (1); 10,5% for the white wines; 11,5% for the yellow wines. Cannot be regarded as being with good maturity any unit batch of vintage having a high content in sugar lower than: 153 grams per liter of must for the wines red, rosy, white and sparkling (1); 201 grams per liter of must for the yellow wines. Moreover, when the authorization of enrichment by dry sugaring is granted, the wines do not have, to exceed a total alcoholometric title of 13,5% for the red and rosy wines, of 14% for the white wines and 13,5% for the sparkling wines (1) before addition of dose, under penalty of losing the right to name considered. However, the benefit of one or the other of names referred to above can be granted to the wines of a total voluminal title alcoholometric higher than the limits referred to above and worked out without any enrichment if the informant justifies of a certificate issued by the national Institute of the labels of origin of the wines and brandies after investigation carried out into his request presented before the vintage of the vines concerned. The notifications aimed to the preceding subparagraph must be addressed to the local services of the general direction of the taxes and the direction of the consumption and the repression of the frauds. The limits aimed to the subparagraphs above can be modified when the climatic conditions justify it by joint decree of the Minister for agriculture and the minister in charge with the budget and consumption, on proposal of the national Institute of the labels of origin of the wines and brandies after opinion of the interested producers' associations. The wines known as “of straw” must result from grapes gathered in good condition medical, with physiological maturity, and have during harvest a minimum natural voluminal title alcoholometric and a high content in sugars by unit batch of vintage corresponding to those planned for the red, rosy or white wines. The wines known as “of straw” should be the subject of no enrichment. At the moment of pressing, the grapes must have a high content in sugars higher than 306 grams per liter of must. The acquired voluminal alcoholometric title wines known as “of straw” must be higher than 14,5 p. 100. The total voluminal alcoholometric title of the wines known as “of straw” must be higher than 18 p. 100.
Art. 4. -
(Modified, D. February 22, 1983, Replaced, D. March 24, 1993, Replaced, D. August 10, 1994). Can claim with the controlled label of origin “Arbois” only the wines answering the conditions envisaged by the decree n° 93-1067 of September 10, 1993 relating to the producing output of the vineyards of the wines with controlled label of origin. The basic output aimed to the article 1st of the same decree is fixed at: - 55 hectolitres with the hectare for the red and rosy wines; - 60 hectolitres with the hectare for the white wines; - 65 hectolitres with the hectare for the effervescent wines 1; - 20 hectolitres with the hectare for the wines known as “of straw”. For the wines known as “of straw”, the limiting ceiling of classification envisaged with the first subparagraph of article 4 of the same decree is equal to the basic output. If for the same given surface of vines in production, it is asserted at the same time name “Arbois” and the name “Arbois” followed by the mention “wine of straw”, the quantity declared in name “Arbois” should not be higher than the difference between that likely to be asserted in this label of origin controlled and that declared in the name followed by the mention “wine of affected straw” of a coefficient K equal to 3. The benefit of the controlled label of origin “Arbois” can be granted to the wines coming from young vines only as from the second year following that during which the plantation was carried out places from there before August 31.
Art 5. -
(Replaced, D. March 24, 1993, Replaced, D. February 17, 1998) - the vines producing of the wines being entitled to the controlled label of origin “Arbois” must present a number of feet at the hectare at least equal to 5.000 for any plantation carried out starting from the publication of this decree. For the type of vines chardonnay, poulsard black, savagnin white and black trousseau, the vines must be led in guyot simple or double with with more the ten eyes by rod and one or two let us coursons of renewal in two eyes. The total number of frank eyes cannot in no case to exceed 20 per foot nor 120.000 per hectare of vine. For the black type of vine pinot, the vines must be led in guyot simple with with more the eight eyes per rod and one or two let us coursons of renewal in two eyes. The total number of frank eyes cannot in no case to exceed 80.000 per hectare of vine. The planted pieces and conduits on an experimental basis and not answering the conditions above retain the right to the label of origin controlled until their pulling up or harvest of the year 2010.
Art. 6. -
The grape harvest is made with good maturity. The wine making will have to be in conformity with the local practice. The wines known as “yellow wines” will have to come exclusively from the wine making of the grapes from naturé (savagnin): comprising a sluggish fermentation, followed, before setting out of bottle and after racking, of an ageing out of barrel without ullaging, from one minimum duration six years, allowing the wine to acquire the “taste of yellow”. (Replaced, D. August 10, 1994) The grapes intended for the development of the wines known as “of straw” must be put to dry for one six weeks minimal length of time on beds of straw or trays or suspended in ventilated buildings naturally or artificially; in this case, ventilation always intervening at the temperature of the surrounding air. A declaration of pressing will have to be lodged with the services of the national Institute of the labels of origin at least ten days before this one. (Modified, D. Sept. 9, 1937, art 3). The sparkling wines (1) must be exclusively prepared by the method of the second fermentation in bottles inside the department of the Jura. (Modified, D. Dec 10, 1958, art 2). The rosy wines are the product of fermentation with maceration of the grapes of red and white type of vines.
Art 7. -
The use of the bottle known as “Clavelin” or “yellow wine bottle”, of a capacity of 0,62 L approximately, exclusively is reserved for the yellow wines with appellation contrôlée among which the wines with controlled label of origin “Arboiss appear”.
Art 7 (a). (Addition, D. August 10, 1994) the wines known as “of straw” could be delivered to consumption only after three years of ageing as from the date of pressing. They must have undergone during this ageing a breeding under eighteen month old wood minimum. They will have to be presented, tasted and to be approved with the analytical and organoleptic examination envisaged by the decree n° 74-
871 of October 19, 1974 under their particular mention. This examination analytical and organoleptic will be able to take place only in the six months which precedes the release to the market. However, the wines collected before December 31, 1996 will be able to have undergone only one two years minimum ageing from the pressing, including twelve month under wood. In this case, the analytical and organoleptic examination will be done in the two months preceding the release to the market. The wines known as “of straw” will have to present in their labelling the indication of the year of harvest.
Art 8. -
The wines for which, under the present decree, will be asserted the appellation contrôlée “Arbois” could not be declared, after harvest, offered to the public dispatched, put on sale or sold without in the declaration of harvest, in the advertisements on the leaflets, labels, containers unspecified, the label of origin referred to above being accompanied by the mention “Appellation contrôlée” in very apparent characters.
Art 9. -
The use of any indication or any sign likely to make believe in the purchaser that a wine is entitled to the appellation contrôlée “Arbois”, whereas it does not answer all the conditions fixed by this decree, will be continued in accordance with the general legislation on the frauds and the protection of the 2 and labels of origin (art 1st of the law of August 1, 1905; art 8 of the law of May 6, 1919; art 13 of the decree of August 19, 1921), without damage of the sanctions of a tax nature, if it is necessary. Warning: Information pré senté be on this site are the subject of a clause of nonresponsabilité INAO_19360515_17102/11/2006 Downloadable document: AOC_Arbois_-_1998.doc