FRUITIÈRE VINICOLE D'ARBOIS VIN JAUNE
Of course. In fact, over the past 5 years or so it's become the trendy thing to have. Sort of like Gruner Veltliner about 15 years ago.
I'm not sure that one is imported to the US right now. There have been a few tastings organized by the regional marketing group in attempts to find importers and a number of the producers have actually been picked up, so the wines from the area are easier to find.
The wines are a little pricy to my thinking. Many would have had to be around $40 or so on the shelf. The ones people are curious about are made from Savagnin and they're done in a manner similar to a fino sherry, but they're more expensive than a good fino and not quite as good. The interest is mostly the geek factor rather than the quality of the finished wine IMO. They're not fortified like sherry is so the alc levels are a little lower, but they're still pretty much up there.