The Jura vineyard is located in Franche Comté, between the cities of Salins-les-Bains in the north part and Saint Amour in the south part. Despite its small size, the Jura produces a large range of wines all unique and rare, such as the “vin jaune” (the yellow wine), the “vin de paille” (the straw wine) from the local grape Savagnin, but also red wines from local grapes Trousseau and Poulsard (also named Ploussard) , and pleasant and elegant Crémant. The chemist Louis Pasteur is originated from the city of Arbois, where he conducted his researches on the fermentation on the local grapes, which leads to the pasteurization. The vineyard is famous for its six appellations: Arbois, Château-Châlon, Côtes du Jura, l'Etoile, Crémant du Jura and Macvin du Jura. Amongst the twelve villages authorized to use the appellation Arbois, only one can add its name to it: It is Pupillin, world capital of the Poulsard grape. The Jura vineyard produces wines which are going well with a large variety of dishes, from meat to fishes and of course emphasizing cheeses.