Gilbert PicQ 2009
This little number starts out with some struck flint and lime concentrate but after a while moves into a smoky oyster shell flavour mixed with dried flowers. It isn't has minerally as a lot of Chablis but that doesn't distract from the joy of the flavours. There is a spine of nice acidity and a very long length of flavour with a bit of richness from an orange rind component. While I don't think this is for the long haul it does provide a lot of enjoyment at this stage.
Drink: Now and over the next 5 years
Importer: Heart and Soil