A younger wine than the Chateau Musar, aged 2 to 3 years before its release on the market. This wine is not aged in oak and is meant to be drunk young. It is mostly distributed on the English Market, but is enjoying a growing audience in several other European countries.
The nose is aromatic, fragrant, warm and mellow and it prepares the palate for fruits of cherries, strawberries and redcurrants. The palate is indeed full of these softer summer red berry fruits and combined with soft tannins, the wine is very well balanced. The overall result is a wine of great elegance and finesse which is exceptionally delicious to drink now.