(one-third each Les Combes, en Créot and Les Perrières, all harvested after the rain; aging entirely in 350-liter barrels, 25% new): Perfumed, precise aromas and flavors of white peach, flowers and crushed stone. The palate offers lovely concentration and spice character as well as a light touch, with harmonious lemony acidity contributing to the impression of inner-mouth perfume. This very nicely balanced wine finishes with good length and grip. Colin first made this blend in 2016 owing to the tiny quantities of fruit produced by these three parcels, naming the wine after his paternal grandmother, who died a few days before the frost of 2016. As he found the blend to be more than the sum of its parts, he decided to continue producing it in subsequent vintages.