The 'Boisrenard' Blanc comes from the Domaine's older vines 60-100 years which include a mix of white varieties that Paul and Léon Coulon planted years ago, with Clairette and Roussane at the core of the blend. It possesses a beautiful bouquet, with inviting aromatics of sweet pear, ripe peach, honey, buttered almond, fresh flowers and crushed stones all developing beautifully in the glass. On the palate this is richly textured, with excellent balance and structure, along with delicious flavors expanding on to the succulent finish. This is excellent now, and with extended air contact this really begins to show its stuff. Readers should plan on allowing this a few more years in bottle, as the best is yet to come for this stunning wine.