Altitude of 650 m
13 months in French oak barrels of first and second use
Deep-red ruby colour with crimson, burgundy highlights. Highly intense on the nose, way above average. An expressive wine, a sour cherry aroma predominates, an elegant texture, smoky accents, coffee and bitter chocolate nuances. Red fruits prevail, especially wild berries, as if on forest stroll…
On the palate it has an extremely rich, round feel, exhibiting flavours of berries and chocolate. Apparent, well-structured tannins. Quite spicy on the palate with a persistent aftertaste.
It can be paired with grilled beef with pepper sauce or plain. Perfectly matches bbq smoked notes. It has pride of place next to a veal casserole, but successfully also woos an over 70% cocoa chocolate…