There is exceptional alchemy between the tannin of the oak and the maturing of the wine in our hundred-year-old wine cellars. The red wine is the result of a prolonged infusion of the colored flesh of very ripe grapes with the juice and their sugar.
An average of 15 to 18 degrees centigrade will allow you to taste our wines in all their splendor.
With age, it may well be a good idea to transfer them to a decanter so that they are slightly oxygenated. You will thus be able to admire their beautiful ruby red color
"While the dark ruby/purple-tinged 2006 may not equal the brilliance of the 2005, it is a successful effort exhibiting aromas of coffee beans, roasted herbs, black cherries, plums, and earth. With medium to full body, moderate levels of sweet tannin, and a long finish, this sleeper of the vintage should drink nicely between 2010-2020. Range: 89-91"
The Wine Advocate