Subtle, understated bouquet reveals shy blossom with green fruit, lime and hints of tropical fruit. In the mouth, lemon, lime, crisp peach, bracing acidity and firm mineral grip leave an appetizingly dry sensation on the finish.
This is a blend of Carignan, Grenache and Syrah with a lovely nose of meaty/earthy red fruits, forest floor and sweet spices. The interesting dark fruits on the palate are bold, intense and juicy with firm tannins and expressive spice notes.
A beautiful wine made from a great producer in a ripe vintage. Generous notes of red plum and black cherries underlined by notes of violet and pencil shavings. Savoury and crunchy with an acidity that makes you crave some food. A natural with pâté, charcuterie, rabbit or steak tartare. Well done!
This limited edition wine, sealed with glass stopper, delivers an unabashedly off-dry, superbly aromatic expression of the variety, highlighting orchard fruit, citrus and mineral aromas followed by a vibrant, fruit-driven palate of lemon lime and crisp green apple. Juicy and generous, pure fruit flavours are balanced by a streak of minerality through a persistent close.
Tastes just like a claret from Bordeaux. Dense ruby-purple in colour, it offers a cedary, blackcurrant nose with a floral grace note. It’s medium-bodied and dry with the flavours of blackcurrants carried on a lively spine of acidity; finishes on a note of coffee beans.
Refined and integrated fine red fruit and spice on the nose reveals raspberry, red currant, cinnamon, clove and subtle oak. Dark fruit comes to the fore on the palate showing blackberry and dark chocolate notes. Tannins and acidity remain a bit stiff. Drinking well now with food, better with a year or 2 in the cellar.
Lively, persistent and minerally with aromas and flavours of apple, pear and spice. Salty and chalky with a texture that’s both rich and fresh, likely as a result of combining the fruit from both an early and late harvest, finishing with bright acidity and length. The vines are own-rooted on sandy, limestone soils at an elevation of 1,100 feet. The wine was a perfect match with Asian-Peruvian cuisine (check out the menus at Coya in London, England, or La Mar in Santiago, Chile).