|Drinking Start Year||2011|
|Drinking End Year||2014|
This classic Bordeaux varietal sees fresh expression of pear and lean mineral traits.
A slow start to the growing season in 2010 saw a late but good fruit set. The unseasonably cool summer was free of heat spikes with a dry and sunny autumn enabling a consistent and even ripening period as harvest approached.
Enjoy the fresh apple with perhaps a hint of fig.
The palate is vibrant with pear, pineapple and melon.
Ideal with soft cheeses, seafood pasta combinations and lighter cuisine.