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Intense ruby hue.
A complex bouquet that is both mineral, with notes of flint and ink, and fruity with aromas of raspberry jam and black and morello cherries, with spicy undertones of cloves and black pepper.
Full-bodied on entry with a dense, taut structure, a fine minerality typical of the Le Py hillside, and a long finish. In other words, this wine may appear to be massive, but it conceals a real sensitivity and complexity.
Sommelier's advice: Serve between 15-16°C. Ageing potential of 7 to 15 years. Enjoy with a rack of roast veal, rib of beed or some truffled Brillat-Savarin cheese.
Gamay Noir à jus blanc.
Decomposed schist and very old igneous rock. South-facing.
Maceration of 50% destemmed grapes for 21 days. No fining but a light filtration.