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JCP Maltus, Le Nardian Blanc, 2023

JCP Maltus, Le Nardian Blanc, 2023

JCP Maltus | Bordeaux, France | 75cl
  • White Still
  • Kosher
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle
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Please note that this wine has not been released yet.

This wine is offered En Primeur, with an est. delivery in 2026.

Le Nardian is the product of a wager between their now-retired Consulting Oenologue, Gilles Pauquet (also consultant to Château Cheval Blanc, Figeac and Canon) and JCP Maltus, that a low cropped white would see similar benefits to a red wine.

Le Nardian has, as one of its major components, Muscadelle - a cousin of Viognier. They manage to get an almost Rhône-style sense with the wine as its aromatic quality comes to the fore.

What the critics say:

95/100James Suckling

"A layered and rich white with sliced apples, lemon rind and some hints of vanilla and dried apricots. It’s full-bodied but remains very fresh. Phenolic framing. It’s exotic at the end. Seriously enticing. Southern Rhone-like in many ways. Kosher. 70% sauvignon blanc, 15% semillon and 15% muscadelle. Drink or hold."

94/100Antonio Galloni, Vinous

"The 2023 Nardian is a classic Jonathan tv1altus wine. Rich, deep and explosive, the 2023 offers up a compelling mix of citrus confit, jasmine, marzipan, tangerine oil and passionfruit. The viscous, exotic style is so compelling."

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About JCP Maltus

Jonathan Maltus OBE, a long-time friend, is one of Bordeaux's most innovative and successful winemakers, famous for producing extraordinary 100-point wines that have caused waves on both sides of the Atlantic.

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