It is not every year that 100% of each vineyard is harvested. There are times when part of the harvest must be despised to benefit the final quality of the resulting wine. Its maturation in Bordeaux barrels is around 18 months in oak. A balanced ratio is maintained year after year between first and second year barrels, as well as between the quercus alba (known as American oak) and quercus robur (known as French). With a high intensity of color in cherry red tones. On the nose it surprises the aromaticity and freshness of the shades of blue flower, on those of ripe red fruit and subtle notes of toasted, smoked, tea, coffee and spices. On the palate it is fleshy and fresh, with complexity and power, but fine and elegant. The tannic structure is silky and is in perfect balance with acidity and alcohol. Persistence in the mouth is prolonged. Paired perfectly with appetizers with Iberian ham or cured sheep's cheese. With main dishes of lamb, game meat or red meat. With dark chocolate desserts.