Camus Vintage 2004 Borderies
Bright gold with amber tints. The violet notes precisely evoke the prestigious Borderies cru, with a delicate touch of oak floating over the aromatic palette. Intense and dynamic, it floods the palate, offering wonderful freshness.
The mild temperatures during spring 2004 allowed a regular and consistent development of the vines in precious Borderies soil, and the excellent weather in September enabled harvesting at the best possible moment, thus developing the aromas, finesse, balance and character of a 100% Ugni Blanc wine distilled on fine lees.
Luminous orangey hue with delicate, intense golden tints. Extremely fine in the first nose of dried fruits, the aromas are harmoniously complex __ between floral and fruity – developing towards candied fruit with an underlying oakiness, spiced with ginger and nutmeg hints. Well balanced and constantly offering new discoveries with flavors of cedar wood, vanilla and caramelized orange, leading into a very rounded finish.
Lustrous, antique gold with intense hints of amber. An open, complex bouquet combining nutmeg aromas with a dash of orange zest and sweet spice, backed with subtle hints of undergrowth. Concentrated, poised and well-rounded on the palate, with a velvety-smooth finish.