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(2023) From 25-year-old Romorantin vines, this aged 12 months on the lees in 500 litre, locally produced oak barrels. An extra creaminess and touch more opulence than the Lucé cuvée, but still that lightly bready and waxy character and earthy wild yeast note too. Lovely in the mouth, with an intensity of citrus and fine purity. Again it has that structure with some fine tannin, but smoothed by the time in barrel into a long, gently spicy but very clear and pure finish.  
(2021) Soils are mainly sand and silt on sandstone and schist, this cuvee aged in French oak barrels for 12 months, followed by a further 4-6 months in tank. There's a really appealing stony, mineral and taut character here, apple aromas span nutty Cox's pippin to green apple, the picture balanced between richness and alacrity. Gorgeous palate too I must say, textured and creamy, but with brilliance and a long, very fresh and vibrant finish that is mouth-watering.
(2021) Sadly, Frédéric Mabileau was killed in September 2020 in a micro-light accident. The 49-year-old vineyard for this wine was picked selectively when the berries were fully golden in colour. It was fermented in large foudre with natural yeasts, and aged in foudre for 16 months. It has a gorgeous nose of crushed almond, butter, mint and ripe red apple, almost Meursault-like and very appealing. Creamy and yet juicy on the palate, that crispness of acidity defines this, layered with ripe but not too sweet fruit and that light butteriness, it is a treat to drink.
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