The most difficult wines to describe are the ones that leave you speechless. This is the case, vintage after vintage with the Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle from Ermes Pavese. With a sandy glacial moraine soil composition and vineyards situated at 4000 feet above sea level, it is also a wine to pour to those who are skeptical about the concept of terroir, for this wine can only be a product of this natural environment. Gentle aromas of lemongrass, lime zest, chamomile and camellias welcome you from you glass. The acid profile displays a showstopping fresh alpine profile that delicately unfolds an equally remarkable, mineral-laden feather-like texture that converts to a lengthy, mouthwatering, crisp, floral, citrusy, and slightly briny finish. The demand far outweighs the supply for this wine, we recommend buying this whenever you do find it. Beyond simply consuming, this is a wine to be experienced.