Domaine Blain Gagnard, run by Jean Marc Blain and his wife Claudine, the daughter of Jacques Gagnard Delagrange. Jean Marc belives in minimal intervention when producing his wines and the finished product have an appealing expression of pure fruit, with a balanced acidity and long, clean aromas and flavors that are a testament to the wine's terroir. When discussing the 2012 vintage, Jean Marc Blain states: ,'.. they're structured and concentrated yet remain reasonably elegant and I think the fact that we did virtually no lees stirring contributed to this sense of refinement. They should drink well both young and old as the concentration and ripeness will allow them to be enjoyed young but age too if that's what clients would prefer.'
Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator
Big Meyer lemon, creamy, sour and tart. Chalky and medium minerality on the finish.
Big Meyer lemon, creamy, sour and tart. Chalky and medium minerality on the finish.9.0
I will some more
I will some more10
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