Drink young (within 3 years) to enjoy the full fruity aromas. Otherwise drink it after 5 years, or lay it down for 15...Read more...
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Drink young (within 3 years) to enjoy the full fruity aromas. Otherwise drink it after 5 years, or lay it down for 15-20 long years to get the full benefit of a great ‘vin de garde’.
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