A 50cl bottle of Jurançon 'Les Jardins de Babylone' 2014 by Benjamin Dagueneau. A white from the The South West region of France. Made from Petit Manseng.
Didier Dagueneau was (until his sad, premature death in a microlite accident in 2008) one of the most spectacularly unconventional and innovative winemakers in the world. Dagueneau pushed the boundaries so far with ...Learn more
“...the nobly-concentrated Dagueneau Jurançons – of which I tasted a 2005 and 2004 – are magnificent, with superb detail, magical levity, as well as irresistibility rather than over-the-top sweetness. “The idea is to have a balance with high acidity, not a confiture,” remarks Benjamin Dagueneau. “Chateau d’Yquem is very good, but heavy. These wines aim at something a little more Germanic in style.” I was already grinning before he said this!”