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1201 Raleigh Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
USA

(919) 960-0555

Jujube is a modern asian fusion restaurant and memorable dining experience in Chapel Hill, NC. Our cuisine is rooted in the flavors of China and Vietnam, distilled and whimsically refined with western sensibilities. Part of creating an inspired dining experience is getting out of the way and allowing tradition and the beauty of nature to show through, and part of it is putting your individual stamp on each dish. Jujube does both by weaving classic Asian dishes along with one-of-a-kind creations born from our hearts into one, eclectic menu.

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Jujube Wine List

  

 

Whites

Gianni Gagliardo Favorita ‘13 (Piedmonte, IT)
     -Fresh, lively, and completely charming. 
I could drink a whole lot of this.  9/36

Lawson Dry Hills Sauv. Blanc ’13 (Marlbrough, NZ)
      -Classic Kiwi style from a great producer.
Tons of grapefruit and bright acidity. 
10/40

Fontaine-Audon Sancerre ‘12 (Loire Valley, FR) 
-Classic minerality and citrus flavors, with that 
polish you typically only find from the Loire.
54

 Landron Muscadet Fief du Breil ’11 (Loire, FR)
     -Plush but still racy very heralded 
top-of-the-line Muscadet from a great producer.  
48

Poseidon Chardonnay ‘13 (Carneros, CA)
     -A really magnificent Chardonnay with a great story. 
Rich but stately and bright.
11/44

Bauer Gruner Veltliner ‘13 (Wagram, AU)
     -Way better than it should be.  Fruit and 
balance that you don’t expect for this price.
8/32

Poggiobello Ribolla Gialla ‘12 (Friuli, IT)
     -That marriage of fruitiness and minerality  
that makes a wine so perfect with our food.
40

Dr Thanisch Bern. Bast. Kabinett Riesling ‘13 (GR)
      -Like you’d expect from the Mosel, bright stone fruit, great acid,
and just a touch of sweetness.
50

Ferraton La Martinere Blanc ‘13 (Rhone, FR)
      -Marsanne lusciousness and aromatics but
with a lovely balance that can be a bit uncommon. 
48

Isole e Olena Chardonnay ’13 (Tuscany, IT)
     -If you didn’t know any better, you’d guess
you were drinking Grand Cru Chablis.
75

La Vis Gewurztraminer ‘13 (Trentino, IT)
      -All the abundant aromatics and ripe texture
you want in the grape, but with decent acidity. 
40

Bouchard Find. Blanc de Mer ‘13 (South Africa)
      -A blend of Chenin Blanc and others that is
 expressive, ripe, and layered with exotic nuance. 
44

La Doucette Pouilly Fume ‘10 (Loire, FR)
      -So sexy and opulent for a wine that finishes so clean. 
An amazing wine. 
85

Tegernseerof Gruner Bergdistel ’12 (Wachau, AU)
      -Smaragd-level deliciousness at a very good price. Lovely peach flavors with minerals and balance.58

Schonborn Domdechaney Riesling Spat. ‘96 (GR)
     -What a treat, a nearly 20 year old Riesling, held back by the winery, so it’s both aged and pristine.90

Huet Vouvray Demi-Sec “Le Mont” ‘07 (Loire, FR)
      -Such a magnificent wine.  A bit sweet, but with great acid, amazing texture, and tons of nuance. 85

Catena Zapata Chardonnay ‘11 (Mendoza, AR)
      -Yes, my most expensive Chardonnay is from Argentina.  It is really that good. 160

Delas Condrieu “Clos Boucher” ‘12 (Rhone, FR)
      -This may be the single most opulent wine you ever try.  Silky, rich, and highly aromatic. 150

Reds

Chateau Pizay Beaujolais ‘13 (Burgundy, FR)
      -Clean, bright raspberry fruit.  A refreshing and inexpensive wine that’s very versatile.  36

La Giaretta Volpare Valpoliciella ‘13 (IT)
      -Light and pretty with just a bit of earthy nuance and nice acidity. 36

Forefront Pinot Noir ‘13 (Central Coast, CA)
      -Legendary Pine Ridge winery’s Central, CA property and a lush but very correct pinot. 11/44

Scaia Corvina ‘12 (Veneto, IT)
      -Ripe, medium-bodied, and very easy to like.  Just like eating a plum, only better. 9/36

Alary Cairanne “Le Brunote” ‘12 (Rhone, FR)
      -Expressive and beautiful.  I find Cairanne to be the most elegant of the Rhone Villages. 48

Vietti Nebbiolo “Perbacco” ‘11 (Piedmonte, IT)
      -A true “baby Barolo”, which makes this an approachable version of Barolo loveliness. 54

Ballard Lane Zinfandel ‘13 (Paso Robles, CA)
      -Nice, spicy and juicy Zin fruit.  But it’s not too massive or alcoholic to pair nicely with food. 8/32

Robert Sinskey Pinot Noir ‘11 (Carneros, CA)
      -A perfect example of Carneros Pinot.  Lovely, vibrant, but still quite ripe. 80

Mathieu Chateaunuef du Pape ’10 (Rhone, FR)
      -A perfect expression of the fruit and earthiness of Chateauneuf, but without the tannins some have.85

Ceralti Bolgheri Rosso ‘13 (Tuscany, IT)
     -Gorgeous Cab/Merlot blend made from grapes that used to be sold to Tuscany’s top producers.  48

Terrazas Malbec Reserva ‘13 (Mendoza, AR)
      -Layered and expressive.  Big enough to go with our most robust dishes, but still refined. 10/40

Skyfall Cab. Sauvignon ’12 (Columbia Valley, WA)
      -This wine completely “over-delivers” as they say.       Way more flavor and structure than you expect. 9/36

Northstar Merlot ‘11 (Columbia Valley, WA)
      -I am such a huge fan of Washington Merlot and this rich and sexy beast is an example of why. 60

Noster Inicial Priorat ‘13 (Spain)
      -Rich, brooding, and generous.   Has structure, but more fruit than tannin. 48

Domaine Bastide Bandol ‘13 (France)
      -Like a deeper version of a Rhone. Super meaty and quite structured. 60

Freemark Abbey Cabernet Sauv. ‘10 (Napa, CA)
      -Very accessible young, but still with the profundity and deep fruit you expect. 65

Molino Sant Antimo Brunello ‘09 (Tuscany, IT)
      -While you’re waiting for your ‘10s to come around, enjoy the very delicious 09s. 85

Matarromerra Ribera del Duero Riserva ‘06 (SP)
      -Right next door to Vega Sicilia and I’d bet you’d be hard-pressed to pick one over the other. 108

Sparkling

Mercat Cava Brut NV (Penedes, SP)
      -The prettiest cava I’ve tried in some time. Captivating, floral nuance and great acid. 10/40

Laurent-Perrier Brut Champagne (France)
      -Bright, delicious, and loaded with finesse. And the size makes it too easy to get.   (375 ml) 30

Hillenger Secco Sparkling Pinot Rose (Austria)
      -Juicy and so damned easy to like. Not at all serious, but that is fine with me.  40

Steininger Gruner Veltliner Sekt (Austria)
     -Lovely mousse and just a tad bit of residual sugar, but also with great acid.  48

Croix des Vainquers Vouvray ‘10 (France)
      -Nervy and nuanced like Champagne, but unmistakably Chenin Blanc.  55

Gruet Blanc de Noir (New Mexico)
       -Blanc de Noir and pan-fried dumplings are a match made in heaven.45

Veuve Cliquot Brut Champagne (France)
      -Iconic, pinot-based Champagne that barely needs an introduction. 95

Duval Leroy Brut Rose Champagne (France)
     -It’s almost cliché.  When you can’t figure out what wine to pair with dinner, try rose champagne. 90

Gimonet Bl de Bl Sp. Club Champagne ‘06(France)
      -You owe it to yourself to ask what “Special Club” means.  This is such a lovely, lovely wine.  150

Bellefon Cuvee d Moines Champagne ’02 (France)
     
-A rich, but still racy example of how amazing the ’02 vintage is. 120

Dom Perignon ‘04 (France)
      -I’ve never had a bottle of Dom that wasn’t amazing. As if you didn’t already know that.  200.

As of 2.3.15.