Terrior: The vineyards are south-, south-east, and south-west facing lying at altitudes of between 300 and 500 metres above sea level. Type of soil features Shallow, sandy loam with low fertility, contained by dry-stone wall terraces.
Vinification: Red winemaking method at controlled temperature. Depending on the quality and origin of the grapes, either long maceration after fermentation, sometimes for more than a month or shorter vinification at low temperature so allowing extremely slow fermentation.
Bright garnet hue with ruby highlights: pronounced, fruity nose of blackberry and bilberry; woody liquorice and spicey notes reminiscent of bay leaf and juniper: dry and
flavoursome on the palate with elegant, velvety tannins.
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