Ruby color with purple glints, bright and clear. Intense nose of red fruit and spices, with a superb aromatic balan...Read more...
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After sorting, the partially entire grapes are displayed in vats. Maceration lasts 12 to 16 days in order to extract tannins as well as rich and complex material. A slow, non-aggressive pressing preserves the natural elegance of this wine. Maturation on lees lasts 8 months.
Ruby color with purple glints, bright and clear. Intense nose of red fruit and spices, with a superb aromatic balance.On the palate, the attack is neat and straight. The delicate tannins are subtly present and bring structure and intensity supported by greedy matter.
Dietary Information: Vegan
Notes: aged in concrete tanks
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