"Coulée de Serrant is a remarkable estate and is one of only three single estate appellations within France today (the other two being Romanée Conti and Château-Grillet). Its sheltered, southwest-facing vineyard is an ancient monastic vineyard and is located within the boundaries of the Savennières Appellation. The seven hectares of vines have been farmed on biodynamic lines since 1982 and owner Nicolas Joly is one of the most passionate advocates of this controversial approach to viticulture. This wine is fermented and matured in wood and is bottled after a very light and delicate filtration. This is one of the greatest dry white wines in France - it needs at least five years bottle age and wines from the best vintages will last and last." —Jasper Morris
Aged for you! Buckwheat baguette, savory goodness. Needs food.