The Gardens of Babylon is a vintage of its own, with little alcohol, in a very airy style... It is the finesse and exceptional aromatic precision that stand out, when you have the chance to dip your lips in this exceptional nectar that recalls the great Auslese of Egon Muller or other great mellow German or Austrian ...
One of the seven wonders in the world of the mellow, The Gardens of Babylon are brooded by Louis Benjamin Dagueneau, with the help of Pautrat, his faithful cellar master. They did not change anything about the vineyard jewel created by Didier Dagueneau, his father, and the perfectionism of the making of his wine.
Didier Dagueneau, reputed to be the best Sauvignon winemaker in the world, died accidentally at the age of 52. The continuity of this prestigious domain is assured today by his children, especially Louis Benjamin who carries this field of world renown ever higher.
The other nugget of the Dagueneau rests on this 3.1 ha vineyard made of terraces on the hillsides of the small village of Aubertin, a terroir historically renowned for produced Jurançon with freshness and singular vivacity. With the precious help of Guy Pautrat, Louis-Benjamin Dagueneau continues the work of his father Didier and now reaches the highest level in Jurançon and more broadly of the great sweets of the world. The production is confidential and very popular with the great lovers of sweets...
The same rigor and precision are made on this micro-domain as on the Domaine Didier Dagueneau on Pouilly. The manual harvests are done by successive sorting to keep only the best of this famous little manseng grape that produces here an exceptional treasure. Fermentations under new wood expertly selected between half muids and cigars, as practiced by Didier Dagueneau.
|Type of products||Wines|
|Cuvee's name||Les Jardins de Babylone|
|Title supplement||Note : 95/100 RVF|
|Capacity||75 cl bottle|
|Main style||Elegant - Refined|
|Main grape variety||No|
|Consumption recommendation||2020 - 2045|