Fer de Sang: the name makes you think you're watching a gritty French movie, possibly starring Vincent Cassel as a violent drifter-grifter. But no: this "Iron of Blood" simply gets right to the heart of the seriousness of one man's love affair with southwestern Franc's forgotten grape, Fer Servadou. Nicholas Carmarans' exotic bottling has become a cult sensation, found at Tokyo wine bars and Michelin-starred restaurants in Copenhagen alike, and there's a reason. Fresh. Intense. Animal. Earthy. Herbal. Pomegranates inside cigar boxes. Roses wrapped in violets. Black pepper and red currants. All notes not generally sniffed on the drift or the grift!