(90% pinot noir and 10% chardonnay from Bouzy; fermented and matured 6-8 months in barrel; 7 g/L dosage). Barrel fermentation and maturation to tone the high-tensile malic acidity of 2008 would seem a natural fit for pinot noir of the concentration of Bouzy, but the balance is a delicate one and a result as impeccably crafted as this is testimony to the talent and sensitivity of Hervé Savès. Immaculate lemon and red cherry fruit is seamlessly entwined with brioche, uniting the taut focus of malic acidity with the creamy silkiness of barrel fermentation. Freshness and purity are sustained at every moment of a long, focused finish, propelled by the fine texture and deep-set mineral presence of the village. It will live, though it's already irresistible. Named after Hervé's great-grandmother, wife of the founder, Camille Savès. She would be proud.