Damien Bastian has climbed the rungs of Savoie's superstar winemakers quickly with learning done between Jean-François Ganevat in the Jura and celebrated chasselas producer Dominique Lucas (Les Vignes du Paradis). Organic farmed gamay from Bastian's site a mere kilometre or so from Lake Geneva. It's a juicy, savoury wine, loaded with sour red cherry, rose hip tea, graphite, dried herbs and faint game meat characters. It feels loose knit but tightens on fine ribbons of tannin, with a sluice of blood orange acidity in tow. Utterly delightful. And scarce.