The name of this wine "Mouches" is the medieval French word for bees. The south east facing slope takes a lot of sun that attracts flowers and bees. Winemaker Marc Cugney uses biodynamic practices and he handpicks the grapes before vinification and aging in oak barrels.
The aromas are delicate, combining citrus and other fresh fruit. It is both mineral and richly rounded on the palate with a long aftertaste. The fineness of the fragrance is unveiled with age which also reveal some elegant tertiary aromas combined with the fruit.
This is a grand wine for grand foods: grilled lobster or langoustines, foie gras, or L'Epoisses cheese.