On the nose it smells of quince, not fresh quince but quince just out of cooking when you make jams (yes, I don't have a grandmother so I make jams).
On the second sniff, it smells of the orange peel, sweet, that which is still on its tree, then come aromas of tea: black tea leaf, then plum.
On the palate, the wine explodes, it's fresh, and once again it's not cloying at all. I believe that I will always be amazed at the ability of chenin to give such a different palette of wines. We find the quince, a little orange without any bitterness, then comes a "madeleine de Proust", I have the impression of biting into a juicy and caramelized plum tart.
It is delicious, sensual and the mouthfeel is very fine.