Semi-carbonic Gamay that ferments in open top foudre for two weeks. Soft cherry with a subtle vegetal note. Forest floor, tobacco all while being fresh and silky.
Saillard took over some of the iconic Clos Roche Blanche vines and these were planted in 1978. After working in top New York restaurants for many years, Saillard returned to France and learned the winemaking ropes from the likes of Noella Morantin and Clos Roche Blanche. His first vintage of his own was back in 2012. Saillard is meticulous and never sprays his vines, practicing Bio.