From clay and limestone terroir in the northern sector of the appellation, giving a savoury, almost earthy expression of Crozes-Hermitage. It's medium-bodied, very fresh and detailed, with pinpoint acidity and no over-extraction. There's lovely concentration and the fruit is really vibrant and juicy, with a dry, mineral edge on the finish. Good persistence, a fine Crozes, undoubtedly this will be a good value pick.
Score: 93 points -- Matt Walls, Decanter, 2017