**Note: from very old vines situated mostly in or near Brochon, and Trapet notes that a high percentage are more than 90 years of age**
This is aromatically similar to the straight Gevrey cuvée with the exception that it is more restrained and even more floral-suffused. There is a beguiling sense of energy to the beautifully well-detailed medium-bodied flavors that are more mineral-driven on the racy, dusty, sappy and impeccably well-balanced finale. This is an excellent Gevrey villages though note that it will require at least some patience as it's presently quite firm. Recommended.