Made by: Domaine Danjou Banessy
"This is their drink-young wine. Chalk powder and clouds of florals. A wine that smells like walking through an English orchard in early May. White pears, sweet dill, matcha powder, kerned yogurt, lemon zest – slender, piercing, focused. Breathtaking freshness. Like a plunge in a cold pebbled stream. Almost like licking limestone! Beautiful acidity, like a thousand tiny glass shafts; complex, many-sided, light refracting. Sébastien Danjou says, 'drink this young – it can age, but it’s made to be drunk young'. I’m already thinking celeriac remoulade and lemon-thyme grilled chicken thighs or pork medallions…" - 17 points, Tamlyn Currin for JancisRobinson.com.
Winemaker: "Maccabeu is a Catalonian grape, it's very comfortable in this region."
Match it with: Celeriac remoulade and lemon-thyme grilled chicken thighs or pork medallions…
Terroir: Sand, limestone and clay and lots of pebbles in the soil.
Ages of the vines: 30 - 40 years old
Vinification: Grapes are hand-harvested // gently and directly pressed // whole-bunch // aged in old oak 2,000-litre foudre for 10 to 14 months // no fining // no filtration.
- France, Roussillon
- Domaine Danjou-Banessy
- Ready to Drink And Will Improve