It boasts a pretty nose, an ingénue with blackcurrant, black plum and thyme aromas unfolding in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. There is a citric core of fruit, plenty of energy, with tart cherries and a touch of raspberry confit on the finish. One of the better wines from Régnié that you will find. Jean-Marc Burgaud had his arm bandaged up when I visited him this year. I enquired about this injury and he told me that he fell off the back of the tractor in the vineyard. Winemaking – it can be a dangerous business.