The wine has great depth, is very intense on the palate, and currently marked by blackberry aromas.
While rather dry, the climate this year was favorable for the vineyeard’s growing cycle and marked by good grape growth.
Although the clay-limestone soil did not suffer from the absence of rain between April and September, this natural stress left a moderate load on the vinestock.
The late rains were beneficial for the grapes’ final maturation. Harvesting occurred in perfect conditions, with grapes in excellent sanitary state.
June 14: flowering
August 13: half-ripe stage
September 25: first rain since April
October 4-7: harvest
October 18: running off to barrel