Next year this bottle will be old enough to drive. Don't wait. It's drinking great now.
It's juicy, but complex and balanced, not simple.
Terroir shines through this pretty Rosé.
When you put a lot of great vineyards making expensive wines in a tiny hilltop region, some conflict will inevitably result — especially when the wine is a long-aged red wine that has been chronicled for over 450 years.
“Toasted nuts, caramel, milk chocolate and tobacco,” sounds like a modern Bordeaux with about ten or ﬁfteen years of age. But we’re not talking about wine. We’re talking about coffee.
Exceptionally food friendly, it would stand up a treat next to buttery pasta dishes, risotto, and creamy mashed potatoes.