Everyone agrees: The BIBICh Debit from the 2015 vintage is particularly awesome!
Here is what wine professional Kerry Winslow has to say about it over at Grapelive:
The stainless steel fermented and aged Debit comes from rocky dry farmed and head trained vines, the warm days and sea cooled nights gives this wine its poise and flavor filled vitality it bursts from the glass with citrus, white flowers and tropical notes with a hint of flinty spice and wet stones. Bright tangerine, melon and peach lead the way along with mango, lemon/lime, basil leaf and a nice dry saltiness. This is a pleasing crisp wine with a nice balance of juicy fruit and brisk elements, great with sea food, salads and just plain summer sipping! Debit is an interesting grape, it hasn’t been studied, though some claim it might be related to Italy’s Trebbiano, I find it more similar to Pecorino, and it drinks a little like a fine Soave, though less floral, the terroir influence makes it unique and clearly Bibich has it nailed, this is lovely stuff.
91 Points, grapelive
You should read the whole tasting note here.
Bibich Debit 2015: Pale straw colored, distinctly marked by a chalky minerality, with lemon curd, grapefruit pith, bitter almond, green apple, and a salty finish.
Think about it: this could be the greatest BIBICh Debit ever made.