Illahe's Bon Sauvage bottling explores the wild side of the
vineyard and winemaking at Illahe. Savory and dark fruited, it lives up to its
name. Intensely aromatic forest floor and sweet black fruit set the
stage for ripe black cherry, smoky minerals and herbs, all wrapped up in a long
finish. A Pinot that inspires me to pull my precious wild venison out of the
freezer and my chanterelles from the market for a fall feast.