This is the wine Raphaël says he is most proud of making, so he named it after his son Noah. It is the last time on this parcel for him as Emélié has bought it!
Gamay from Sarcey, vines planted on Granite soils in the 1950’s. The grapes were given two weeks whole bunch maceration. In the barrel, a flor developed and Raphael decided to go with it, as every time he tasted the wine there was no oxidation, just reduction, he left it for 15 months. Very stony and mineral but with beautiful fresh fruit, and incredible length, this is a really special wine great to savour in large format. Bottled in magnum only, of which only 18 made it to the UK.