Second 2001 from this producer, from a selected hillside within Bonnezeaux. Similarly a little low in acidity, but similarly a very good wine! Deep gold / copper core fading to a wide pale-gold rim. Initial appley aromas giving-way to crystallised fruits and ginger, laced with honey and botrytis notes. Fresh palate whose acidity nearly cuts through the very rich, sweet and glycerine-filled flavour of caramelised apple, honey and a very clear creamy vanilla finish that persists. Went better than planned with cinnamon caramelised-apple tart and Calvados custard – primarily because of that creaminess. Must be served well chilled, but if so, a lovely dessert wine.