Arbois is a town in the north of the Jura region of eastern France. The wine capital of Jura, it gives its name to the region's most-prolific appellation for red, white and rose wines – a title which also covers Jura's famous vin jaune and vin de paille.
The Arbois appellation was introduced in 1936 and covers 13 communes on the hills and valley slopes surrounding the town. One of these, a small village named Pupillin, is particularly known for the quality of its wines, which come from a patchwork of vineyards planted on south-facing, limestone-rich slopes. Wines from these sites are sold as Arbois-Pupillin.