Made of mostly table grapes, muscat blanc, muscat noir, chasselas and a couple of others and then syrah and grenache blanc, in a kind of strange tea-like maceration. A slow, slow press of the grapes after that.
High toned floral scents, sweet, raisiny fruit whiffs, ferrous notes, balsamic aromas. The palate is kind of sherry-like, brown-red colour suggestions, lifted, tangy acidity, saline to the max and with rancio and nutty characters, finishes tart and mouthwatering. Really out of the box, but really refreshing, super savoury, that fresh, light, bone dry finish a winner. Defies categorisation. Wonderful curio. - The Winefront