Color : Garnet red.
Nose : Nose of dried flowers and truffles, notes of leather and tobacco.
Mouth : A well-balanced wine, the tannins are coated and supported by a good fresh frame. Long aromatic persistence.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : Long fermentation of 40 days. Aged in 500 litre barrels and 10 to 50 litre wooden vats.
Food pairing : Roasted fattened chicken, baked duck breast and truffle juice.
Aging potential : Approx. 15 years
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