Philippe Heritier is a real Jacque of all trades. He gave up a career in banking to pursue winemaking in the hills of the Haute-Savoie. Here, he also breeds snails. His culty wines rarely make it further than New York so we feel lucky to have landed a few bottles of his deeply delicious Mondeuse. We’re talking rose, sour cherry, plum, sage and wisp of smoke on the nose followed by raspberry, pomegranate and cinnamon on the palate. A very pretty wine drinking wonderfully now and we’d say only getting better for the next ten or so years.