Suggestions of peach, garrigue and apple blossoms show on the complex yet reticent nose. The full-bodied mouth is sensual and linear at once, with impeccable balance and great depth. A blend of Grenache Blanc and Bourboulenc—the Grenache contributes fullness while the Bourboulenc provides a backbone of mineral zest and precision. Just 1,000 bottles produced.
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Gourt de Mautens (Jerome Bressy) Rasteau 2005
When winemaker Jérôme Bressy says wait, one waits. This landmark cru took 32 months in a combination of cement tank and demi-muid before it was “ready,” according to Bressy. The result is nothing less than breathtaking…
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“Very generous but also natural and remarkably balanced, this sappy
white wine combines impressive depth with agility, and is a wine full of
energy, subtle aromas, and a very great future.” — Bettane &
Desseauve, Le Grand Guide des Vins de France 2009