The 2002-2003 season started with a rainfall concentration in winter, afterwards a dry season allowed us to get small grain clusters that were going to produce very concentrated and expressive wines. During the last stage of ripening and during the harvest we enjoyed a very good weather, and, although there were high temperatures during the day, they fortunately descended enough at night to help a good evolution of the ripening and to preserve the fruit expression within the vineyard
Great complexity and elegance, cassis, black and ripe fruits melted in blackberry and blueberry jam. Following are notes of cedar, spices, chocolate and snuff. Harmony, generous and elegant.