Touches of caramel add warmth to the aromas.
A weighty finish, with tannins that are silky and abundant enough to uphold the fruit component of this ripe Cabernet.
The 2007 vintage garnered considerable attention upon release thanks to the ripe, juicy fruit characteristics of warm ripe plums and currant.
Bottled April 2009.
Aged for 22 months in 80% new French oak.
This vintage is quite versatile in its pairing, complementing both subtle composed dishes such as venison medallions or hearty braises such as veal osso bucco.