One of the most sought-after blends from Le Puy. Made famous the world over by Japanese Anime "The Drops of God", Le Puy was depicted in the final episode as the fabled thirteenth and most heavenly wine Oenologist Tadashi Agi had tasted. Upon the airing of the episode, Jean-Pierre Amoreau awoke the next day to find more orders in his inbox than he had available of the 2003 vintage. Emilien is what dreams are made of for lovers of Bordeaux, showcasing depth and balance, while being approachable and fruit driven. Le Puy is by no means a new kid of the block, being run by the Amoreau family since 1610. Jean-Pierre Amoreau and son Pascal tend to their fifty hectare estate with biodynamic viticulture and maintain a minimal intervention production. Making them somewhat of an outlier for the region as a whole. Black fruits all the way across the palate and ultra fine tannin structure. Bring on the char-grilled meats with a side of roasted bone marrow.