March 20, 2017 - Definitely a very natural wine (so drinker be warned if that's not your taste), but a great example of trousseau, with that remarkable dense yet nimble quality this grape can have. Light, pale red color, touch of bitterness, freshness and acidity, a hint of brett. Drink now.
December 3, 2016 - Light and almost medicinal.
November 30, 2016 - Pale blood-orange in the glass. At first some funk, this mellows, leaving quite wonderful aromas of tangerine and strawberry. Light on the palate, zingy acidity and a touch of frizzante. Floral notes, bitter orange, cranberry, spicy finish. Refereshing. I could drink bottle after bottle. Excellent!
July 4, 2016 - Consistent notes.
April 12, 2016 - Definitely the best Trousseau I've ever had.
February 11, 2016 - A bit reductive initially, but that blows off pretty quick to reveal quite a complex array of bitter oranges, roses, strawberries, salmiak, wet rocks, and ale yeast. Lively and playful on the tongue, it offers charming fruit, soft yet fresh acidity, low alcohol, and light tannic grip. The finish lingers nicely with salty and spicy sensations. Probably best drunk in its youth, like now and over the next year or two, and well worth its 20€. Philippe Bornard seems to be back on track after his appearence in the French version of 'farmer meets wife', when the wines suddenly became much less interesting than before.
November 22, 2015 - Nice, fresh strawberry nose with a bit of hay and poo but not particularly off putting. Nice but not worth the money, IMHO. This young, natural style is being made by a lot of folks.
November 8, 2015 - great