Let's start here: 400 bottles of this total were made! Then, secondly, let me add this: 400 bottles of this total were made! What is this unicorn of which we dance? This is a 1) *still* Pinot Noir 2) made in the otherwise bubblicious region of *Champagne* by 3) one of the its only biodynamic farmers *and* 4) one of its only *woman* winemakers that 5) rivals the best Pinots that Burgundy has to offer. Made in fractional quantities and barely exported, these still wines are as esoteric as they are rewarding: crunchy red fruit, a chalky, almost saline mineral base, and a vibrancy that tells you this wine was *cared for,* and remains alive.