17 months in French oak barrels, 30% new
Cold and wet winter and spring brought a late flowering (end of June). However, the summer was one of the
warmest (new record in August), allowing for full maturation. We started the harvest on September 28th with
ripe and complex grapes of Pinot Noir.
An intense color with nice red hues. The nose is complex, with notes of black cherry, blond tobacco, black truffle, violet flowers, and noble essences of wood. The palate reveals a perfect harmony between the tannic structure and the aromatic complexity, while the minerality gives a vibrant finale, suggesting a long life.
Pairs well with grilled or roasted red meats, game, and poultry.