Oh, Narvaux, it’s hard to not keep this all for our cellar. So complex and complete. Narvaux is also high on the slope – are you seeing a theme here? – Soils are rocky and very thin with the limestone bedrock very close to the surface. Aromas of pear flesh, golden apple, and scallop shells. On the palate there is a briny, almost saline, minerality, that laces through the riper, but reserved, fruit. Delicious today, but with years ahead.
Limestone and Clay
Fermented in steel tank, aged in barrel 1 year, and then concrete egg tank for 1 year.