Deep dark color with violet reflections. Fresh aromas of cherry, plum and dry herbaceous touches. In the mouth, agile, fresh, with a balanced acidity, rich tannins, lovely end and prolonged. Gimblett gravels picks up 10% by hand to be transported to the winery. Once in the cellar they are destemmed to be fermented with natural yeasts in stainless steel tanks before being transferred to French oak barrels of which 19% are new barrels to finally let it age for 13 months before being clarified and filtered and be subsequently bottled.
This wine accompanies well the spoon dishes like lentils or fabada, but also goes well with a stew and of course red meats with sauce.