“A light nose of red cherries, raspberry, lawn cuttings and a touch of iron rust, all with very fine definition and lift. The palate is soft on the entry, full of rounded red-berried fruit with a touch of leather. Very harmonious, gaining weight all the time in the glass with gamey, animally notes becoming ever more intense with great poise and tension on the tannic finish. A feminine, wily Beaucastel with a long plateau ahead.” Wine Spectator
Spicy, peppery nose with hints of nutmeg and clove. A richly intense-textured mouthfilling experience, although still just a little too closed. Serve with a haunch of venison.