Author rparentSite / BlogTrust Rating Tasted On 05/08/2010
Tasting comments : November 2009 Year tasted : 2004
Wine family : Dry, full-bodied and woody
Degree of evolution : Young
Aging potential :Ready to drink now, but will age well until 2025
Tasting notes This dry and purplish red coloured red showcases a complex nose releasing woody, empyreumatic, fruity and mineral scents. You will be charmed with this full-bodied wine revealing a broad texture, fleshy tannins and a long finish.