Vinification and Maturation
The grapes are picked by hand and are vinified traditionally, with a delicate maceration on the skins. The wine then matures for eight months in small 700 lt. (154 gallon) French oak barrels, followed by a further three months’ bottle aging.
ColourRuby-red with pale purplish highlights.
BouquetFull and intense, with scents of cherries and emerging spicy hints.
FlavourFresh and fruity, full-flavored and appealing, with a persistent finish.
Serving TemperatureServe at around 18°C. (64°F.)
A wine that can be drunk throughout the meal, but which goes particularly well with richly flavored dishes, roasts, grilled meats and cheeses.