Color : garnet red.
Nose : roasted red pepper, blackberry, liquorice, violet, tobacco, vanilla.
Mouth : strong attack, fine and elegant tannins, red fruit on the finish, excellent persistent flavour.
Alcohol level : 14,5%
Winemaking : Stainless steel tanks, followed by 12 months in barrels
Food pairing : Roasted red meats, coq au vin, duck, truffles dishes, venison with mushrooms
Aging potential : 10 to 12 Years
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