92 points Charles Curtis (Decanter): "First impressions of this wine include a lovely, expressive nectarine fruit aroma with an accent of acacia flower and a salty mineral tang. The structure is lively and dynamic, with bright acidity and lots of finesse. The grapes come from a .33-hectare parcel that Pernot has in metayage from her father located down-slope from Enseignères. The grapes are pressed as whole clusters and run into casks (primarily used) for ageing. This wine will drink on release but should hold for five years at least. Drinking Window: 2023-2030. (Oct 2022)"
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