A town in the Jura where red, white and rosé wines are made as well as vin jaune and Arbois Mousseux. Arbois was made famous by Brillat-Savarin and Louis Pasteur, who worked on his theories about the action of bacteria having observed a curiosity of some Jura wines - that they form a ‘veil’ on the surface while they are in the cask. The red and rosé wines come from Poulsard, Trousseau and Pinot Noir grapes while the dry whites are from Savagin and Chardonnay.