After a mild and rainy winter, the budding of the vines begins at the end of March. The cold spring slows this advance in vegetation and flowering begins slowly in early June, the weather remaining cold until mid-August. Finally a hot and dry weather sets in until October and the harvest takes place in the best conditions.
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Color: dark orange golden and shiny.
Nose: Lots of finesse. Subtle spicy aromas with a dominant peppery flavor.
Palate: Fresh and long-lasting brandy. Finesse and lightness. Flavors of toasted almonds. Cocoa aftertaste. Powerful, woody, frank, with great amplitude.