SALE: Was 42 euros, now 35.
Interestingly, it is not an orange wine like Terpin is famous for, and thus, this is quite a rare gem!
Note: Technically, this is actually NOT a natural wine as they struggled with fermentation, and so had to use selected yeasts to ferment the wine.
Wine-writer Marcel de Cocq writes:
With a conventional character it has harmonic tones of smooth honey with a bit of vanilla, chamomile, fresh yellow orchard fruit like apples & quince, with dried lemon marmalade, almonds, some hay, touch of cedar wood and with developing tones of browned butter. The acidity is still really good and gives this full bodied wine necessary backbone and freshness.
Read more about this very rare wine on his post here: