Colour: dark violet with very soft brick tones
Aroma: intense, first appears spices and some green pepper, black pepper, and coffee, accompanied by a gentle toasted note from the oak.
Palate: there is a similarity between aroma and taste. This wine is wide, well-bodied, but at the same time velvety. The finish is pleasant, exuding sweetness and touches of oak that make it very attractive.
Bubbles in wine were known to vintners long before they could reliably capture and preserve this phenomenon in the bottle. As a natural byproduct of the fermentation process, carbon dioxide is released in the liquid to provide a "sparkle." In the Northern climates, cold weather sometimes arrives ...