The bouquet combines the typical lightly herbaceous and cassis notes typical of Cabernet with the warm and fruity characteristics of Merlot.


Cabernet’s acidity and supple tannins are both assertive on the palate and harmonise perfectly with the opulence and fruit deriving from Merlot. Great length.

Growing Conditions



On delivery to the winery the grapes are lightly crushed and de-stemmed, after
which the must undergoes a brief maceration period and subsequent fermentation lasting 10 days. During fermentation the skins are kept continuously submerged in the must. Towards the end of the fermentation the
temperature is allowed to rise a little in order to extract the maximum of colour
and flavour from the grape skins.


Deep ruby in colour with garnet reflexes.

Food Pairing

Superb with rare roast beef or lamb and all the trimmings, rich casseroles, as well
as game and mature cheeses.