This is by far the most mysterious French wine we’ve ever tasted. It’s non-vintage. The producer is La Caumette, with an address in western Languedoc. But there is no indication of grape varietal or origin. If the wine were any good, it might be worth trying to solve some of these mysteries. Alas, it is not. There’s actually quite a bit going on in the nose: some raspberry, a little spice box, and even some eucalyptus. Unfortunately, these aromas had to be teased out of much worse smells; namely, sweaty shoes, petroleum, and bathroom disinfectant. And the taste? Artificial sour cherry was the best we could muster.