Can’t blame the gods
NDD stands for “Nectar des dieux”.
(“Nectar of the gods”)
And I must say, if this is what the gods have been drinking for the last year and a half I can’t blame them for the mess they’ve made.
It’s the quintessence of ‘vin soif’, a wine as thirst quenching as water from a spring.
A blend of…
– Malbec (Fabien’s main variety that he’s made into numerous delicious soifs during the years)
– Muscat de Hambourg (blue Muscat, a first for me!)
– Cinsault (adds freshness and perfume)
– Grenache Noire (also known for its easy accessible wines)
Maybe you’ve noticed the trend of 1-liter bottles lately. It may seem silly, but for me it’s a signal. A strong signal. It tells me that I should expect to finish the bottle fast.
It’s a promise.
And a promise kept.
(Actually, a 5-liter BiB would be appropriate too.)
Because… divine or not…
It’s freakin’ tasty!