54 months of breeding in total calm 12 months on whole lees without subtitling in small oak barrels, then 6 months on fine lees to shave at ground temperature and delayed setting, and another 36 months to feed on its disintegrated yeasts under glass.
Tasting notes and Pairing
Eye: You can see the wine has texture, it’s rich.
Nose: We smell complexity, very fruity: apricot, Mirabelle plum and warm pear. The freshness with the anise and menthol.
Mouth: Apricot, Mirabelle plum, Pinot Noir maturity, salinity.