Romorantin is a rare grape and here comes from 60-80 year old vines planted in a siliceous clay soil. Laura gave it a long, patient, two year élevage in cuve using minimal sulphur, with the malos not taking place. It produces a typically straw yellow coloured wine, with a deep, complex nose showing a hint of rhubarb, has very good ripeness and balance on the palate, and is fresh and powerful with lemony notes and a demanding salty finish. Best carafed. For drinking now to 2021.