(2016) Little notes of truffle and mealiness here, a touch of slat, a touch of flint, and though the same amount of oak as the Grenouilles (50%) it shrugs it off aromatically because of that taut mineral character of the soils here. The palate has great concentration. It has a fabulous blend of the minerality of these soils, concentrated fruit and grippy fruit skin character, and the subtle background of the tight-grained, savoury oak produces a very harmonious and balanced wine, but tightly furled at the moment, sleeping and ready to burst forth in 5 to 10 years. Fabulous concentration and intensity, great length, the lips tingling with salt in the finish.