a cold, wet winter results in a late bud break and a few drippings at flowering. Summer is hot and dry. The harvest takes place in October with wet and hot weather, resulting in concentrated wines and relatively high alcohol levels.
Alcohol content at bottling:
Nose: Finesse and freshness. Dominant aromas of candied fruit (plum and apricot). Palate: Powerful, full-bodied and long. Strong brandy, but with a very rich range of fruit aromas (apricot, lemon, plum)