Working a mere 1.5 hectares of vines, Romain le Bar proves himself as a rising star in the Gard with a range of exceptional cuvées, all true to the winemaking traditions of the Gard. The miniscule quantities should put him in cult-winemaker territory, but hey, we won't tell anyone if you don't.
Pousse Cailloux is lithe, complex, layered, enigmatic, and yet wildly quaffable. All bramble and blackberry, with the faintiest of grip. It hits the sweet spot between being just jammy enough and savoury enough to make it utterly drinkable. Romain was a protégé to the inimitable Eric Pfifferling whose hand never seems far away from these wines.