Average altitude and composition.
The hills are located at 250/450 meters above sea level, tuffaceous, clayey and calcareous soil.
Grapes are harvested the first half of October and dried in crates in the fruit cellar for about one month.
After a light drying, soft destemming and fermentation in steel. Once fermentation is complete, the wine ages in french oak for a few months before being bottled. It then remains in the bottle for an additional 4 months to mature before being offered for sale.
Medium intensity with fruity and spices aromas such as black cherry, black currant, bramble, black plum, black pepper and licorice.
Fine tannins with medium body. Medium flavor intensity with fruity and spices flavors with a long finish. Drink now and it has great potential for aging.
Meat, cold cuts, tapas, excellent by itself for summer evenings with friends. Serve at a cooler temperature (around 15 °C / 59°F)