This wine from Les Didiers displays a deep colour and dark core. Its aromas of small red fruit and dark berries form a dense structure underpinned by woody notes and a hint of vanilla, caramel and coffee.Its strength is supported by a solid tannic backbone which indicates its exceptional cellaring potential.With bottle age it develops notes of liquorice, fresh leather and sloe.
Origins of the name: parcels which have retained the family name of their previous owner. The soils: deep brown limestone composed of fine fraction silty clay with a yellowy brown colour mixed with coarse limestone pebbles formed of white oolites originating from Comblanchien.
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