After fermentation at the estate, followed by a long vatting period, the wines are aged in oak for eight to nine months using “light-to-medium” toasted barrels. During this ageing period, the wine’s development in each barrel is monitored by regular tastings. The last stage consists of selecting the barrels for the final blend and bottling the wine.
Lovely, brilliant, deep ruby-red colour with garnet highlights. Attractive, redberry fruit and blackcurrant bouquet. Fresh on the palate, with soft tannins, elegant oak, and a nice, spicy aftertaste. A well-balanced Bordeaux, delicious to drink now.