The 2010 vintage was characterized by a stark demarcation of the seasons. Summer was mild but with heavy rains in January and February. Spring frosts resulted in lower yields, which increased grape concentration. Autumn, however, was cool, dry and long, which slowed ripening and resulting naturally fresh and fruity wines.
Malbec (50%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%), Petit Verdot (20%).
It has a dark red colour with purplish tinges.
This wine stands out for its aromatic complexity, revealing a floral and fresh outline with lavender, geranium, basil and mint notes. At the same time, ripe plum notes and minerals such as graphite, chocolate and anise tertiary aromas arise.
Fine and lingering. Spiciness and intensity on the palate from the high proportion of Petit Verdot in this blend. This wine is balanced with elegant tannins and an aromatic finish, reminiscent of black cherries.