Sweer cherry and vanilla flavors come to the fore in this pretty, robust, yet elegant Merlot. Smooth, sleek tannins and a creamy texture mark the finish, which fans out to reveal complex cassis, chocolate and herb notes.
A sleek style, with smooth, supple tannins that frame a core of black currant, thyme, chocolate, coffee and spice notes. The finish is long and refined. A fine effort from an often overlooked appellation.
An elegant style that is made from 50-year-old vines. The wine is made in a refined style. Not effusive, but showing a fine blend of black-currant, cherry, herb and toast flavors. Lovely now, but it should also improve nicely in the cellar.
Juicy and ripe, this one strikes a fine balance between effusive cherry, blackberry, plum and anise flavors and ripe tannins that give good structure to the whole. On the finish, it’s bright, with coffee and cola notes for good measure.
Fairly densely structured, with black cherry, blackberry, licorice, herb, spice and oak nuances. The tannins are quite firm, but ripe, keeping the wine neatly supported. On the finish it’s smooth and ripe.
Bright and spicy on the nose, with hints of chocolate and raspberries. Pretty fruit continues along the palate, showing cherries, cocoa, coffee, cinnamon and toast. Fresh and lively to the end.
Rich in blackberry, black currant and pepper flavors, and completely dry, but kind of rustic and awkwardly hot in the mouth. There’s a sharp edge of green tannins. Doesn’t showcase the fruit of this fine vineyard as well as it should.