Grown in the smallest of the so-called Saint-Emilion satellite appellations but within sight of Saint-Emilion’s church; the wine is finely balanced and impressive. It has the fruit and the acidity of the 2015 vintage: ripe while also crisp with black currants.
Some riper aromas such as dark plums, blueberries and hints of Californian dates. The palate makes a very plush, long and velvety impression. Plenty of fine-grained tannins bathed in dark fruits. Impressive depth. Drink or hold.
From the smallest of the Saint-Emilion satellite villages, this wine has swathes of black fruit aromas that go well with its firm tannins, dense blackberry flavors and concentration. Ripe Merlot dominates the blend, giving both structure and fruit. Drink from 2021.