This wine with its first spicy nose will need air to release a vast aromatic palette evolving towards forest fruits. The closed palate in attack becomes full and generous thanks to the suppleness of a vintage that is beginning to blossom.
Reynard Rebels takes its name from the town of Chateaurenard where the grapes come from, and "rebels" because they were initially intended for the cooperative but saved by the Milan Estate!
Cellaring potential: 10 years.
Operating temperature: 15°C - 18°C
Thanks to its delicacy, this wine can be enjoyed with beef tartar, ham in crust, lamb shoulder, rabbit saddle.