The colour is garnet red. The nose is peppery, woody and fresh with mentholated aromas. The palate has a pretty attack all in elegance and finesse. The tannins are delicately present.
A fine, fruity and complex wine, the flagship of Les Baux-de-Provence PDO.
Drink now or keep in the cellarHow ?
This cuvée is best served with a veal chop and a pan-fried mushrooms and chanterelles or with a rack of Alpilles lamb with garlic and rosemary served with a sweet potato puree seasoned with truffles. Serve ideally at a temperature between 16 and 18°C.