Very deep. Polished and complex appearance. Copper/orange with a hint of green to the rim. Always a good sign… Lovely, open nose. Complex and very pure. It has the finesse, elegance and filigree of a Moëlleux from Vouvray more than one would expect from a Layon wine. This is not an obvious Moulin Touchais style but excellent nonetheless… Deep, concentrated entry. Great texture. Very clean and pure. Chalky, mineral expression. Complex, exotic, with some orange/citrus notes. This is already very plush, flattering and open with hints of liquorice to the finish. Exceptional and the biggest surprise of the whole tasting. This is drinking well now and should continue to hold for many years, although I fail to think how it can improve any more than it already tastes.