Blend of 2018 and 2019. 2018 winter was very humid and slightly warmer than usual. It helped the soil to replenish its water reserve. February and March were cold and allowed the plants to finally rest. When April came, it brought storms that overall affected the region throughout July. The Desautels were lucky enough to not be fully exposed and had very limited losses. Summer 2018, especially August, was historically hot, with consistent drought. The water reserves were high enough to sustain this challenge. 2019 winter was warm and did not help replenish the water reserve due to a low level of rain. Spring orchestrated 3 frost waves, starting in April, ending early May. Due to the plant being exhausted, the vines were a bit late and that helped preventing any major disaster. The rest of Spring a lot of rains and temperature with high fluctuation. The Desautels were able to keep under control the Mildew, and the water was necessary to give the vines resources for maturing their fruits. Like 2018, Summer 2019 was hot, dry, and lasting. It led to a consistent drought. Great to ripe the fruits, but hard on the yield. An excellent vintage, with a lower volume.