50% Mourvedre, Grenache, CinsaultServing temperature: 50-55Aging and evolving potential: 20 yearsTasting and pairingY...Read more...
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50% Mourvedre, Grenache, CinsaultServing temperature: 50-55Aging and evolving potential: 20 yearsTasting and pairingYoung: It shows aromas of great finesse, with prevailing notes of citrus fruits (pink grapefruit, lemon peel) layered with dry apricot, and a touch of butter. The palate is broad and complex, with flavors of spices. Its minerality brings natural freshness, without aggressive acidity.Mixed salads - Shellfish - Rock fish - Provencal cuisine - Exotic food - Cooked pork meats - White meatOver 5 years of age: It asserts its character and finesse in another range of aromas and flavors: honey, beeswax, dry fruits, cinnamon.Tajine - Veal sweetbread - Salad with truffles - Brouillade de truffes (cooked eggs with truffles)
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