",,,matured in 40% new oak and includes 20% whole bunches (Amélie Berthaut wanted more, but there was insufficient space in the tanks). This is plowed by horse since the vineyard is too steep to use a tractor. It has quite an intense bouquet, perhaps not quite as detailed as the Lavaut Saint-Jacques, opening with crushed violet petal aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and saline in the mouth, leading to a finely tuned, lightly spiced and quite persistent finish. This is very promising."
, January 2019