Terrior: Shallow, sandy loam with low fertility, contained by dry-stone wall terraces. The vineyards face south at altitudes between 350 and 550 metres above sea level
Vinification: Red-wine vinification with a short maceration at around 30° C to enhance the extraction of the tannins and ripe fruit aromas. Aged two years, at least one of which in new oak vats, thus enhancing the aromatic effect and tannin structure of the wine.
Ruby red hue tending to garnet; pronounced, layered nose with top notes of cherry, ripe plum and sweet spice (cinnamon and cloves) and a tinge of sulphur; dry, mineral and austere but harmonious on the palate, with an elegant slightly bitter finish of roasted hazelnut.
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