Hervé Souhaut has gained somewhat of a cult status in the Ardèche recently. His push towards minimal intervention and whole bunch fermentation has brought poise and intrigue to his wines. Labeled as Vin de France, it breaks the regional rules being 100% Gamay. Moorish and edgy, you’ll want to throw this in a decanter and shake it around. Don’t be fooled though, this is a seriously complex and delicious wine. You’ll want something equally as moorish and delicate on the dinner plate. We’re thinking Venison backstrap with spring veg, or some duck sausages.